3 edition of Higher education in the USSR found in the catalog.
Higher education in the USSR
ViНЎacheslav Petrovich EliНЎutin
|Statement||by Vyacheslav Yelyutin.|
|LC Classifications||LA838 .E5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||59003791|
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Higher Education in the Soviet Union Paperback – January 1, by Elizbeth Moos (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Elizbeth Moos. “In the old Soviet Union, you could get arrested for saying there was no freedom of speech.
By the same token, John Ellis’s clear, well-presented, and relentless new critique of higher education demands real answers, but it will probably be 5/5(4). Print book: International government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Universities and colleges -- Soviet Union. Education, Higher -- Soviet Union. Education, Higher. View. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Unesco. Prepared under the auspices of the State Committee of the USSR for Public Education.
Higher Education in the Soviet Union (New York: National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, ), by Elizabeth Moos page images at HathiTrust probably same edition; some front matter missing; multiple formats with rotated pages at HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE USSR 23 higher education is not its value-added, but rather the educated person's contribution to the welfare of others, where "others" include the members of his family (i.e., value-added less personal consumption).Author: Ruth Klinov-Malul.
In paying tribute to the Soviet educators, the minister of higher education of the USSR, recent ly said: "The teachers occupy a forward position in the battle for the world, they are fighting on the ideological front in the first line of fire." The status of the teacher, "the engineer of the human soul," rates high, second only to the Party official.
Introduction 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 “The book is highly recommended for scholars and students who major in or are interested in comparative education and higher education.
Moreover, it should be of interest to policy makers and institutional leaders who want to benefit from the insights and policies of BRICS countries. 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 Higher education Disarming the Soviet state Sakharov: A Biography by Richard Lourie This is one of several key moments at which this book lets its subject down.
Another is its failure to come. “In the old Soviet Union, you could get arrested for saying there was no freedom of speech. By the same token, John Ellis’s clear, well-presented, and relentless new critique of higher education demands real answers, but it will probably be. Russia has a rich history of ups and downs, and boasts countless natural, historical and cultural attractions.
Covering more than 17 million square kilometres, and home to approximately million, it would take you about a week to cross the country by train.
Sprawling across two continents and spanning an incredible nine time zones, Russia offers different lifestyles. In spite of the increasing attention attributed to the rise in prominence of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) countries, few studies have looked at the ways in which broader social expectations with respect to the role of higher education across the BRICS have changed, or not, in recent years.
And, while acknowledging that Russian radicalism gave enormous encouragement to women's pursuit of university study, this book shows that it was the. This book investigates how the political underpinnings of global power shifts, caused by hierarchically concerned knowledge makers, have evolved on the post-Soviet periphery of higher education and have been anxious to move to the top of the global knowledge hierarchy.
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In a centrally planned economy, the ministries that ran each public HEI would be directing enterprises in that sector of the economy and hence were best placed to.
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This new society called for people with new loyalties, new motivations, and. book review Universities and conflict: the role of higher education in peacebuilding and resistance edited by Juliet Millican, London and New York: Routledge,pp., £ (hardback), £ (eBook), ISBN Higher Education in Federal Countries: A Comparative Study is a unique study of higher education in nine federal countries—the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Russia, China and this book, leading international scholars discuss the role of federalism and how it shapes higher education in major nation-state actors on the world stage.
General education in Russia comprises three stages: primary education, which lasts for four years; basic general education lasting for five years and secondary education which lasts for two to three years.
Russian general education is aimed at the intellectual, emotional, moral and physical development of the individual. It aims to develop the.