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N.S. Sedletskaya

The Development of Russian Secondary Education at the Post Soviet Period and Its Adaptation to the Modern Historical Circumstances at Altai Region

The first stimulus on the way to the improvements and innovations was the program of the development of secondary education system at Altai region for the period of 20 years, which stipulated: 1) improvement of the mechanism of development of the district and regional system of education, corresponding not only to the goals of social-economic and social-cultural development of Altai region on the whole, but and it must be capable of self-development; 2) introduction of author#s programs, introduction and approbation of new subjects, which lead to a serious breakthrough in mastering and using of new educational technologies of developmental character, including the technologies of the level differentiation, context education, adaptable educational technologies and the appearing of new types of educational institutions, such as lyceums, grammar schools, private schools; 3) formation of the market of educational services began to take place on the grounds of social forecasting in consideration of educational req
uirements of children and their parents from different social-economic groups of population. All these actions showed transition of the system of secondary education from the conditions of functioning to the conditions of development.

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