Published: Dec 29, 2023

  Yelyzaveta Mykhailova

  Nataliia Savina


This article examines the central role of educational quality as a linchpin for crisis management in the education sector. Faced with challenges ranging from economic downturns to public health crises, the study seeks to unravel the complex relationship between educational quality and the resilience of educational institutions. Using a comprehensive approach, the paper delves into the multiple dimensions of educational quality, examining indicators such as curriculum design, teaching methods and institutional accreditation. Methodology. The study uses a mixed-methods approach that combines quantitative analysis of educational indicators with qualitative assessment of crisis management strategies. Data is collected from a variety of educational institutions, including schools, colleges and universities, to provide a detailed understanding of the current situation. Surveys, interviews, and case studies contribute to a comprehensive examination of the dynamic relationship between education quality and crisis response. Results. The findings underscore the critical role of quality education in building resilience to crises. Institutions with a strong emphasis on educational quality demonstrate greater adaptability, use technology for distance learning, implement effective contingency plans, and foster a culture of adaptability among educators and students. The study identifies key indicators that serve as predictors of an institution's ability to successfully manage crises, providing valuable insights for policymakers and educational leaders. Practical implications. The research offers practical implications for educational institutions seeking to improve their crisis management capabilities. Recommendations include the integration of technology for distance learning, the development of comprehensive contingency plans, and the maintenance of a flexible learning environment. The practical strategies outlined in the article aim to enable institutions to respond proactively to crises and ensure the uninterrupted delivery of quality education. Value/Originality. The originality of the research lies in the comprehensive analysis of quality indicators and the identification of practical strategies that can strengthen the education sector against unforeseen challenges.

How to Cite

Mykhailova, Y., & Savina, N. (2023). STRATEGIC EDUCATIONAL QUALITY FOR CRISIS ADAPTABILITY. Economics & Education, 8(4), 86-88.
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educational quality, crisis management, resilience, technology integration, adaptability


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