Профессионализация школьников в процессе выбора высшего учебного заведения
The article expounds an approach to the assessment of the quality and accessibility of educational services based on polling of interested parties (parents, close relatives, and students themselves). The methodology was tested through representative telephone polling of users of educational services (pre-school, school, vocational and higher education) in the Tver and Novosibirsk Regions. As a result, a substantial discrepancy was established between the basic idea, declared by the developers of the state budget reform, of creating a competitive environment in the field of education and the actual efforts to implement this idea. An overwhelming majority of the population in the two regions either have heard nothing about the transformations being carried out or regard them as part of a commercialization of the market of social services and abrogation of the right to free education in Russia.
Employability problems of higher education institutions graduates are in focus of European countries education policy and especially of Bologna members states, which track pan-European trends and countries’ specifics based on expert analysis of education development by key indicators. With Belarus admission to Bologna, we have the possibility to look at graduates’ employability problems analyzed by correspondent EHEA indicators as well as in cross-country perspective. This study presents the opinion based on The European Higher Education Area in 2018. Bologna Process Implementation Report (Report – 2018), Advisory Group 2 final report ‘ Support for the Belarus Roadmap’ (AG2), Education at a Glance analytical review (EG) as well as on the available official statistics data and on results of official and independent experts studies.
This article is talking about state management and cultural policy, their nature and content in term of the new tendency - development of postindustrial society. It mentioned here, that at the moment cultural policy is the base of regional political activity and that regions can get strong competitive advantage if they are able to implement cultural policy successfully. All these trends can produce elements of new economic development.