Spatial Planning Role in Educational Curriculum

Fatemeh Mahmoudi Sardare


Spatial Planning has entered national and regional educational programs since the 1960s. Spatial Planning involves geography, human resources, and regional and national activities, but educational planning focuses on spaces, population, environments, and educational facilities. The necessity of aligning the time zone in educational planning is felt by the fact that recognizing and understanding regional capabilities is an urgent need for educational planners. Spatial Planning has two main roles in educational planning: identifying educational needs based on regional capabilities and providing infrastructure for strategic planning. Spatial Planning in educational planning has both advantages and disadvantages. Activating entrepreneurship and prioritizing the needs of the region and adapting the programs to the educational needs of each region are the strengths and specialties of the field of education, the acceptance of programs and their social acceptability in the region, regional participation in the operationalization of educational programs, including the most important problems of the program Educational training is based on the Spatial Planning.

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