This report discusses in detail all aspects of Soviet education in the following chapters : The Soviet Educational System ; Soviet Primary and Secondary Education ; Secondary , Specialized , Vocational , and Semiprofessional Education ...
Anton Semyonovitch Makarenko , An analysis of his educational ideas in the context of Soviet society . University of California Publications in Education , vol . 13 , No. 1. Berkeley and Los Angeles , University of California Press ...
See , for example , Gail W. Lapidus , ' Educational Strategies and Cultural Revolution : The Politics of Soviet Development ' , in Sheila Fitzpatrick ( ed . ) , Cultural Revolution in Russia , 1928–1931 ( Bloomington , IN : Indiana ...
Author: Ben Eklof
Publisher: Psychology Press
This volume consists of a collection of essays devoted to study of the most recent educational reform in Russia. In his first decree Boris Yeltsin proclaimed education a top priority of state policy. Yet the economic decline which accompanied the collapse of the Soviet Union dealt a crippling blow to reformist aspirations, and to the existing school system itself. The public lost faith in school reform and by the mid-1990s a reaction had set in. Nevertheless, large-scale changes have been effected in finance, structure, governance and curricula. At the same time, there has been a renewed and widespread appreciation for the positive aspects of the Soviet legacy in schooling. The essays presented here compare current educational reform to reforms of the past, analyze it in a broader cultural, political and social context, and study the shifts that have occurred at the different levels of schooling 'from political decision-making and changes in school administration to the rewriting textbooks and teachers' everyday problems. The authors are both Russian educators, who have played a leading role in implementation of the reform, and Western scholars, who have been studying it from its very early stages. Together, they formulate an intricate but cohesive picture, which is in keeping with the complex nature of the reform itself. Contributors: Kara Brown, (Indiana University) * Ben Eklof (Indiana University) * Isak D. Froumin, (World Bank, Moscow) * Larry E. Holmes (University of South Alabama) * Igor Ionov, (Russian History Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences) * Viacheslav Karpov & Elena Lisovskaya, (Western Michigan University) * Vera Kaplan, (Tel Aviv University) * Stephen T. Kerr, (University of Washington) * James Muckle, (University of Nottingham) * Nadya Peterson, (Hunter College) * Scott Seregny, (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis) * Alexander Shevyrev, (Moscow State University) * Janet G. Vaillant, (Harvard University)
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I. Introduction Earlier Studies of Soviet Educational Administration HE STUDY AND ANALYSIS of Soviet political , social , and economic systems is as old as the Soviet Union itself , but an intensive study of its educational system is a ...
Grant, N. Soviet Education, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1964. Hans, N. The Russian Tradition in Education, Routledge, London, 1963. Hans, N. and Hessen, S. Educational Policy in Soviet Russia, P. S. King, London, 1930.
Soviet Education in the 1980's . London : Croom Helm , 1983 . Compiles ten essays by recognized specialists on the trends and problems of education in the USSR , with particular stress on linguistic and ethnic minorities , environmental ...
Author: John T. Zepper
First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Education and Professional Employment in the USSR ( NSF 61-40 ) . National Science Foundation . Washington : U.S. Government Printing Office , 1961 . Undoubtedly the most comprehensive American study ever made of Soviet education and ...
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Orly need meir ods . tion viet usti-her ing Lary apths ' ainSoviet educational measures and their role in Soviet cultural development . In the light of our own experience and our knowledge of American programs resembling polytechnic ...
The editors of Soviet Education select material for translation from more than thirty-five Soviet periodicals and newspapers, and occasionally from books. The journals are concerned with Soviet preschool, primary, secondary, vocational, ...
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References in English Soviet Education 14. Washington , D.C .: U.S. Government Printing Office , 1957 , 226 p . Soviet Commitment to Education , Bull . 1959 , No. 16 . Washington , D.C .: U.S. Government Printing Office , 1959 , 135 p .
Author: United States. Office of Education
Report covering the program of the U.S. Office of Education Mission in Arts Education to the Soviet Union.
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The Administrative System of Soviet Education IN N OUR VISIT to the U.S.S.R. we had the privilege of observing all the types of administration at the different levels . We had two extensive conferences with our host , the Minister of ...
Author: United States. Education Mission to the U.S.S.R.
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Caldwell , Oliver J. " Some Foundations of Soviet Educational Power . " " Education Digest , 24 : 12-14 , November 1958 . The U.S. Assistant Commissioner for International Education points out the relationship between education and ...
In the literature on Soviet education these three are frequently cited but their approaches are seldom explained. For John Dewey, the school was potentially one of the main instruments of social reconstruction.1 He worked out his ideas ...
Author: John Dunstan
Since 1987-88, Soviet education has been undergoing rapid change. Restructuring has been inhibited by economic constraints, unreformed attitudes and behaviour, and increasing decentralization of authority. This book provides an analysis of developments across the educational spectrum.
Soviet education, with all its shortcomings, has been widely praised as a success in the USSR, including Tajikistan. Although lagging behind in most major educational outcomes compared with other Soviet republics, by the time of its ...
Author: Jeroen Huisman
This book is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. This open access book is a result of the first ever study of the transformations of the higher education institutional landscape in fifteen former USSR countries after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. It explores how the single Soviet model that developed across the vast and diverse territory of the Soviet Union over several decades has evolved into fifteen unique national systems, systems that have responded to national and global developments while still bearing some traces of the past. The book is distinctive as it presents a comprehensive analysis of the reforms and transformations in the region in the last 25 years; and it focuses on institutional landscape through the evolution of the institutional types established and developed in Pre-Soviet, Soviet and Post-Soviet time. It also embraces all fifteen countries of the former USSR, and provides a comparative analysis of transformations of institutional landscape across Post-Soviet systems. It will be highly relevant for students and researchers in the fields of higher education and and sociology, particularly those with an interest in historical and comparative studies.
RECENT TRENDS IN SOVIET SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION ( By Clarence B. Lindquist and Nicholas J. Rokitiansky ) A point of honor and patriotic duty with Soviet scientists is to establish Soviet science in a pre - eminent position in ...
IN THE SOVIET UNION Bryce F. Zender Editor and Translator A technological revolution was well under way in the USSR by the end of the 1960's , and the initial tremors of this upheaval were being felt throughout the Soviet educational ...
Since 1928, when the Party adopted the policy of rapid industrialization of the country, the Soviet government has pursued an intensive program of developing a network of schools providing higher technical education and training ...
Author: George Z. F. Bereday
Publisher: New York, Preeger
Category: Communist education
Books that matter. Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. -217).
It is noteworthy that by 1977 the ministries of enlightenment had a staff of 14,000 school inspectors (Panachin, p. 145). 2 The Soviet authorities have never been ... 2, 1976, translated in Soviet Education, November 1976, p. 34.
Author: Mervyn Matthews
This book provides a comprehensive survey of the successes and failures of education and training in the Khrushchev and Breshnev years. The author gives an objective assessment of the accessibility of the main types of institution, of the contents of courses and of Soviet attempts to marry the functioning of their education system to their perceived economic and social needs. In addition the book has many useful and original features: For ease of analysis it summarises in diagram form complex statistics which are not usually brought together for so long a time period. It provides a systematic account of educational legislation; Matthews’ comparison of series of official decrees will allow subtle shifts in government policy to be accurately charted. Particular attention is also paid to a number of issues that are often neglected: the employment problems of school and college graduates; the role and professional status of teachers; political control and militarisation in schools; the close detail of higher education curricula; and the rate of student failure. Of special value is the chapter on those educational institutions which are often omitted from Western studies and which are hardly recognised as such in most official Soviet sources.
school syllabus and extracurricular learning as well. As for higher education, universities had similar programs and assessment standards. Soviet education was a system that provided a broad knowledge on all subjects, and teachers and ...
Author: Tsediso Michael Makoelle
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book provides the first evidence-based reference about inclusive education in Kazakhstan, one of the post-Soviet Union countries. This nation, as well as many other central Asian countries, is undergoing a radical transformation and change in education which encompasses the implementation of inclusive and special education. This book is composed of chapters synthesized from various studies and captures different aspects of the implementation of inclusive education in Kazakhstan. The implementations of inclusive education in any educational system require a multi-dimensional, multi-level and an integrated approach. It requires collaborative efforts on part of all stakeholders including governance, pedagogical, auxiliary and support structures. This book is a collection of evidence-based studies in a Kazakhstani educational context that demonstrates the multifaceted nature of the process to realize an educational system that is inclusive. The book highlights some of the fundamental requirements and challenges for this process to succeed. Among the main issues addressed in this book are the understanding of inclusive education, the transition towards inclusive education given the soviet legacy, the role of school leadership, teachers, parents and other stakeholders in the process. The findings in each chapter demonstrate some of the milestones and challenges of inclusivity. This work will be of interest to academics, scholars, students and teachers in this field.