In recent years, the system of education of the Russian Federation has been undergoing drastic changes in the framework of the comprehensive transformation of the country as a whole. The main changes have been proceeding along the following lines:

  • diversification: emergence of new types of educational institutions, introduction of a multi-level higher education system (Bakalavr and Magistr degrees in addition to the traditional Diplom-Specialist degree), and profound changes in curricula;
  • democratization: expansion of academic freedom and institutional autonomy, an increase in the number of public and buffer organizations;
  • quality of education: strengthening of a mechanism for evaluation and quality control;
  • content of education: in-depth changes in many disciplines, especially in political science, history, economics, law, and others.

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In recent years, the system of education of the Russian Federation has been undergoing drastic changes in the framework of the comprehensive transformation of the country as a whole. The main changes have been proceeding along the following lines:


    diversification: emergence of new types of educational institutions, introduction of a multi-level higher education system (Bakalavr and Magistr degrees in addition to the traditional Diplom-Specialist degree), and profound changes in curricula;

    democratization: expansion of academic freedom and institutional autonomy, an increase in the number of public and buffer organizations;

    quality of education: strengthening of a mechanism for evaluation and quality control;

    content of education: in-depth changes in many disciplines, especially in political science, history, economics, law, and others.In recent years, the system of education of the Russian Federation has been undergoing drastic changes in the framework of the comprehensive transformation of the country as a whole. The main changes have been proceeding along the following lines:


    diversification: emergence of new types of educational institutions, introduction of a multi-level higher education system (Bakalavr and Magistr degrees in addition to the traditional Diplom-Specialist degree), and profound changes in curricula;

    democratization: expansion of academic freedom and institutional autonomy, an increase in the number of public and buffer organizations;

    quality of education: strengthening of a mechanism for evaluation and quality control;

    content of education: in-depth changes in many disciplines, especially in political science, history, economics, law, and others.faruIn recent years, the system of education of the Russian Federation has been undergoing drastic changes in the framework of the comprehensive transformation of the country as a whole. The main changes have been proceeding along the following lines:


diversification: emergence of new types of educational institutions, introduction of a multi-level higher education system (Bakalavr and Magistr degrees in addition to the traditional Diplom-Specialist degree), and profound changes in curricula;

democratization: expansion of academic freedom and institutional autonomy, an increase in the number of public and buffer organizations;

quality of education: strengthening of a mechanism for evaluation and quality control;

content of education: in-depth changes in many disciplines, especially in political science, history, economics, law, and others.
- See more at: http://en.russia.edu.ru/edu/description/sysobr/901/#sthash.Nat8Ubg9.dpuf

In recent years, the system of education of the Russian Federation has been undergoing drastic changes in the framework of the comprehensive transformation of the country as a whole. The main changes have been proceeding along the following lines:


diversification: emergence of new types of educational institutions, introduction of a multi-level higher education system (Bakalavr and Magistr degrees in addition to the traditional Diplom-Specialist degree), and profound changes in curricula;

democratization: expansion of academic freedom and institutional autonomy, an increase in the number of public and buffer organizations;

quality of education: strengthening of a mechanism for evaluation and quality control;

content of education: in-depth changes in many disciplines, especially in political science, history, economics, law, and others.
- See more at: http://en.russia.edu.ru/edu/description/sysobr/901/#sthash.Nat8Ubg9.dpuf
In the Russian Federation, there are 180,000 educational establishments of all types and categories. About 35 million people or 23 percent of the total population of the country are annually involved in one type of education or another. More than 6 million people are employed in the sphere of education.