This textbook contains a program and a plan for the work of the school-studio of legal analytical research for students of the Master's Faculty of Law. The manual reveals the concept of legal analytics, shows its role in solving scientific, theoretical and practical problems in the field of law. Modern approaches to diagnosis, problemization and ontology of legal analytical situations have been demonstrated. Analytical cycles and structures are considered, the use of design tools in relation to the resolution of legal analytical situations. The manual involves students learning the basics of analytical management, as well as a variety of legal information and analytical tools. The manual is addressed to the students of the school-studio of legal analytical studies - students of master's degree, as well as all who develop and use modern analytical methods.
Research «Problems of Switching to Distance Education in the Russian Federation through the Eyes of Teachers» was carried out by the Laboratory for Me- diacommunications in Education of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in late March — early April 2020. The aim is to identify main problems and difficulties faced by teachers during this period. 22 600 teachers in 75 regions of the country were participated in the survey. The availability of devices for con- ducting video and audio lessons and working with online platforms was evaluated among teachers and pupil. At the time of the survey only 25% of teachers conduct- ed video lessons. Rural schools and schools in small and medium-sized towns are at risk due to the small numbers of devices for online classes in families. In addition to problems with technical support and low speed of Internet connection teachers point out the lack of training materials on online platforms from such subjects as music, art, additional education and adapted manuals for children with disabilities. The current situation in 6 regions was reviewed separately: Saratov Oblast, Kras- nodar Krai, Zabaykalsky Krai, Omsk Oblast, Murmansk Oblast and Sakha (Yakutia) Republic.
Regional education authorities may be interested in this research as an objective assessment of the transition to distance learning and to build integrated work to eliminate the most actual problems.