The Analysis of the Ratio of the Document of Fundamental Evolution in Education and the Comprehensive Scientific Map of the Country with the Grounded Theory Approach

Document Type : Original Article


1 ph.d social welfare

2 Professor, Department of Cooperatives and Social Welfare, Allameh Tabatabai University


In the last decade, in order to organize the country's educational system in accordance with the needs and national considerations of the country, two important policy documents, entitled the Comprehensive Scientific Map of the Country (CSMC) and the Document of Fundamental Evolution of Education (DFEE), have been drawn up, approved, and forwarded for enforcement.
The present paper aims at examining the relationship between these two policy documents in the field of education, the ratio between them, and how they can help make the country's educational policies and system more effective.
To achieve this purpose, a qualitative method was used and the collected data were analyzed on the basis of the Grounded Theory Approach (GTA).
The findings of the study show that creating knowledge-based society and developing the country are the central concerns of the Comprehensive Scientific Map of the Country and the Fundamental Document of Education Evolution, respectively.
These results also show that there is a similar relationship between these two documents in creating entrepreneurship as a common consequence, but the educational and ideological aspect of the Document of Fundamental Evolution of Education overweighs its entrepreneurial aspect while it is just opposite in the Comprehensive Scientific Map.


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