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Aleshina, M. V.; Pleve, I. R. – Russian Education and Society, 2010
Transmitting the achievements of civilization and the values of culture to younger generations is the task of today's higher education as the agent of socialization, the accumulation of human capital, and the formation of the middle class. All of these vital functions of higher education can be accomplished provided that efforts are made to ensure…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Access to Education, Higher Education, Secondary Education
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Lutovinov, V. I.; Meshkova, S. I. – Russian Education and Society, 2009
Today it can be said with full justification that there is a social mandate to educate the kind of individual who is well trained for the needs of the present day, who is moral, resourceful, and prepared to make decisions in any situation, who is capable of cooperation and intercultural interaction, and who possesses a sense of responsibility for…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Foreign Countries, College Environment, Patriotism
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Lisichkin, G. V. – Russian Education and Society, 2007
There are no fewer than three dozen scientific groups dealing with problems of the development of methods of teaching physics, chemistry, and biology in this country; they are working in pedagogical and classical universities and in institutes of the Russian Academy of Education. Innovative schoolteachers are involved in this endeavor as they…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Graduates, Secondary Education, Natural Sciences