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Sinagatullin, Ilghiz M. – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2013
Russia's secondary school populations are becoming increasingly diverse in terms of ethnicity, culture, language, and religion. The growing diversity makes a considerable impact on the functions and goals of schools, the realization of which requires the implementation of an equitable language policy. In this article, I briefly represent Russia as…
Descriptors: Language Planning, Russian, Ethnicity, Religion
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Gounko, Tatiana – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2012
The article explores the issue of access and equity in the Russian higher education system by examining recent government initiatives. While recently introduced measures such as the Unified State Examination and student loan project are designed to aid students and expand participation, they alone cannot ensure equitable access to higher education…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Educational Resources, Social Stratification
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Sinagatulin, Ilghiz – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2007
The contemporary, changing, and globalizing world necessitates the conceptualization and implementation of the ideas of global education on all hierarchical levels, ranging from kindergartens to universities to the programs of educating the adult. As in many countries, the current issues of global education assume great importance in Russia, a…
Descriptors: Global Education, Graduates, Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators
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Gounko, Tatiana; Smale, William – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2006
This article focuses on the latest developments in higher educational policy in the Russian Federation and the influence of international organizations such as the World Bank and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on these policies and education reforms. This article's primary purpose is to explore how the newly…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, International Organizations
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Sinagatullin, Ilghiz M. – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2004
According to this author, the modern epoch is characterized by a decrease of vital spirituality and an increase of materialistic values and virtues. This article discusses what the author views as the ten sins challenging education in the contemporary global era. These are: (1) the shrinking of spiritual values; (2) corruption; (3) sexual…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Role of Education, Outcomes of Education, Conflict
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Sinagatullin Birsk, Ilghiz M. – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2003
The notion of globalization, which Andrutchenko (2001) defines as a "consequence of the development of human civilization," and the way it is related to the issues of education are being discussed widely today among Russian educational and scientific circles, education policymakers, scholars, educators, as well as school and university…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Global Approach, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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Bain, Olga – International Journal of Educational Reform, 1999
Discusses the status and prospects of the government's stated policy promoting institutional autonomy in Russian higher education. Institutional operations are currently fraught with serious problems. At least three areas are in jeopardy: institutional financial sustainability, decentralized government control, and internal balance of power. (22…
Descriptors: Administrative Problems, Centralization, Decentralization, Democracy
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Lisovskaya, Elena – International Journal of Educational Reform, 1997
Describes a case study of educational change in a society (Russia) undergoing a radical ideological transformation. The approval, manufacture, and adoption of textbooks suitable for democratic education are seriously impeded by ideological opposition, economic and organizational shortcomings in the central offices and publishing industry,…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Democratic Values, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lisovskaya, Elena – International Journal of Educational Reform, 1999
Explores international influences on emerging private schools in St. Petersburg, Russia, based on interviews with principals and top administrators. Key channels of international influences include foreign funding sources, foreign-student services, interschool partnerships, pedagogical methods, curricula, and school goals and outcomes. Survival…
Descriptors: Democracy, Elementary Secondary Education, Elitism, Foreign Countries