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Name: Mr. Alexandre Mihailovich Kondakov
Ministry of Education
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INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATIVE FORUM EDUCATION FOR ALL

"Education for all: an estimation 2000"
Russian Federation

National coordinator under the project
"Education for all: an estimation 2000",
Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation
Kondakov A.M.
Senior official for the project,
from the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation,
Deputy Head of the Department of International cooperation
Talonov A.V.

The Report under the project contains the analysis and estimation of condition, main trends and problems of the education system development
in the Russian Federation for period between 1990 and 1999.
Goals, tasks and results of implementation of educational policy directed at satisfaction requirements for compulsory education are considered. The guidelines of educational policy in prospects are given.

Address: Russia, 111024, Moscow, Tretya Cabelynaya Str., I.
Telephone: (095) 273-48-19 / Fax: (095) 273-48-19 / E-mail: SAV NIIVO.hetnet.ru
Group of authors has prepared the Report:
Savelyev A.Ja. (chief of group), Director of Research institute for higher education
Kuchtina I.G. (responsible executive), Head of Laboratory of state policy problems, Research institute for higher education
Zuev V.M., Head of the Department of prognosis and
development of education system of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation
Zaretsky V.K., leading research worker of aboratory of state policy problems, Research institute for higher education
Technical group:
Lidova V.B., Ivanova T.L., Kuftyrev Yu.I., Samorukova V.N.
The computer version of the report is prepared
in Research institute for higher education

RIHE

CONTENTS

Chapter I DESCRIPTIVE PART

INTRODUCTION

Condition and tendencies in well-being level

        Condition and tendencies in well-being level : cont.

Demographic conditions

        Demographic conditions: cont

Socio-cultural aspect

Family structure and incomes changing

1. Education for all: goals and tasks

1.1. Basic directions of state policy in the field of education

1.2. Goals and task of the education system development.

1.3. Direction of education reform

1.4. Rates of the reform implementation: circumstances of the implementation and some estimations

             Rates of the reform implementation: circumstances of the implementation and some estimations: cont

1.5. Legislative and normative-legal providing the activity and development of compulsory education (education for all)

1.6. Indicators of satisfying citizens demands for compulsory education

1.6.1. Population literacy

1.6.2. Pre-school teaching and education

            Pre-school teaching and education : cont

1.6.3. General education

1.6.4. Achievements in the field of teaching

1.6.5. Children supplemental education

1.6.6. Socio-pedagogical support and children rehabilitation

1.6.7. Education of handicapped children (special education)

1.6.8. Working education

1.6.9. Initial vocational education

1.6.10. Adult education

2. Education for all: The strategy and/or actions plan

2.1. Coordinated strategy and program on achieving goals of state policy in the field of education system development

2.2. State-public nature of the strategy of education development elaboration. Levels of strategic decisions making

2.3. Realization of monitoring of the education system condition and development

2.4. Determination of requirements in compulsory education; satisfying requirements as enumeration of tasks

          Determination of requirements in compulsory education; satisfying requirements as enumeration of tasks : cont

2.5. Modification of education development strategy - values orientations, legal and financial providing

3. Education for all: Decision making and management

3.1. Levels of decision making

3.2. Forming new system of management and financing education system

4. Education for all: cooperation

4.1. Legislative standards, defining provisions and service of compulsory education

4.2. Assignment of powers in the area of management and financing. Culture of decentralization. Federal, regional and municipal competence in education

4.3. Non-state (out-of-budgetary) financing sources

4.4. Partnership on establishment and implementation of state strategy and action plan within the framework of Education for all

4.5. International cooperation

5. Education for all: the investments since 1990

Part II:Analytic Section

Chapter II achivements for 1992-1999

6.1. Condition and tendencies in the field of education

6.1.1. Access to compulsory education, population coverage

6.1.2. Structure and content of pre-school education

6.1.3. Structure and content of school education

6.1.4. Choice opportunity in education

6.1.5. Supplemental education of children

6.1.6. Education of children with special needs

6.1.7. Policy in the field of education content in transitional period

6.1.9. Structure and content of initial vocational education. Essence of happened changes

6.2. Exercising the right to education

6.2.1. Equity of opportunities and access to education

6.2.2. Exercising rights and equity of opportunities

6.3. Teacher’s status and staff training

6.3.1. Staff provisioning of educational establishments

              Staff provisioning of educational establishments : cont

6.3.2. Salary and working conditions

6.3.3. Initial teacher training

6.3.4. Higher pedagogical education

6.3.5. Retraining and further training

6.3.6. Research and innovative activity

6.4. Financial and resource providing of the compulsory education system

7. Efficiency of strategy, plan and programs of Education for all

8. Main problems: Expected and unexpected

9. public consciousness, political necessity And state opportunities

10. General estimation of achievements

Chapter III Prospects

11. Policy guidelines in the future