GENERATION USE: CONSEQUENCES OF MODERN EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE OF RUSSIA

  • The authors:
    Nursafa G. Khairullina
  • Issue: July 24-26th, 2019
  • Pages: 641-648
  • Section: EDUCATIONAL MOBILITY AND SOCIAL INEQUALITY
  • URL: http://conference-ifl.rudn.ru/641-648/
  • DOI:
    10.22363/09669-2019-641-648

Abstract. The article presents an important problem for Russian society –
identification of social consequences determined by the inclusion in the
Russian economy of a large number of specialists – university graduates
who are not motivated to work. The author justifies the relevance of the
chosen research topic, formulates the problems, analyzes the work published
over the past fifteen years, devoted to the implementation of the state exam,
formulates the goal and objectives of the upcoming research, and offers
research methods. Of particular interest is the possibility of introducing
SNFS (state nominal financial support). As part of the modernization of
Russian education for 2001-2010, it was planned to combine state (final)
certification of secondary school graduates with entrance examinations to
secondary vocational and higher educational institutions – a unified state
exam (hereinafter referred to as the Unified State Examination). Based on
the results obtained, a graduate of a secondary school was given a state
nominal financial support (hereinafter referred to as SNFS), which made it
possible to fully or partially pay for tuition at the selected university.
According to the author, the introduction of SNFS would reduce the social
consequences for unprotected categories of graduates, in particular from the
rural population, indigenous peoples of the North, from large families,
families of single mothers, etc. who cannot finance their studies. As a result,
over the past fifteen years, most graduates have received education and
today students continue to study in specialties and areas of training which
they were not aiming at professionally, which may cause social
contradictions and cause social tension in Russian society.
Keywords: Unified State Examination (USE), quality of education,
additional training, social inequality, state-subsidized education, paid
education, employment, motivation, the image of Russia

Nursafa G. Khairullina
Industrial University of Tyumen, Tyumen, Russia,
e-mail: nursafa@inbox.ru
ORCID ID: 0000-0001-7290-3290

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