Modern Dangers in the Development of the Russian Education System and Ways to Overcome Them: Socio-Philosophical Analysis
Keywords:critical discourse, education system, educational policy, modernization of education, social system, dangers, safe development of the educational space
The article identifies and studies the features of the modern critical discourse of reforming the education system in Russia. Based on the socio-philosophical method of cognition, the authors of the article aim to identify and analyze a number of dangers in the modern education system of Russia that pose a threat to its full development, since they impede the training of highly qualified specialists and mature responsible individuals. The article suggests measures to eliminate the identified dangers and generally optimize the modern innovative development of the education system. The authors of the article believe that the development of the education system should in practice become the most important priority of state policy so that the latter provides an effective governing influence on the development of the educational space. This means that in the education system it is necessary to timely identify real and potential dangers, analyze them in detail and, accordingly, develop effective tools to eliminate these dangers and optimize the further safe development of the educational space. The education system in Russia will only then be able to train highly qualified specialists and mature responsible individuals when it eliminates the dangers (deviations from safe development standards).
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