The Impact of Education Reforms on Higher Education Student’s Autonomy (Georgia as a Case Study)
Recently there has been a trend towards making higher education students’ learning autonomous in most parts of the world,
but the advantages of autonomy itself have not been harnessed to full capacity, which is limiting the abilities and capabilities
of higher education
(Saba, 2012; Moore, 1983; Xhaferi & Xhaferi, 2011).
higher education systems. The
study focuses on the case of Georgian
higher education students who
the soviet system
of learning to
reforms which encourage
research is to discover the Georgian higher
are only partially ready for more student autonomy,
especially such its form as distance learning.