The level of education of the population as a factor in regional development

Tomasz Sałański

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Vol. no: 2

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The article presents the variability and relationship of the educational level of the population, one of the key determinants in the process of regional development, in conjunction with other factors. The first part of the article discusses the variability of the level of education over the past century, the conditions underlying this variability, and briefly summarizes the consequences resulting from them.