"Before HSE, Nobody Dealt with This Problem!"
On the 14th of November, 2016 the Institute of Education hosted a meeting for the heads of educational institutions in Moscow – participants of the Consortium of Education Laboratories and HSE’s University’s Cluster. The event was organized by the Center for Leadership Development and the Center for Legal Applied Development of the Institute of Education.
The discussion was moderated by Anatoly Kasprzhak, the Director of the Center for Leadership Development, and Anna Kobzeva, the analyst of the Center.
During the meeting they discussed institutional-legal foundations for the network form for realization of educational programs: licensing problems within networking, classification of educational results for students from another educational organizations, financial support of networking interactions.
Szymon Jankiewicz, Director of the Center for legal applied developments, presented a model treaty about the networking form of educational programs.
During the second part of the meeting, the analyst of the Center, Nadezhda Knyaginina, presented the results of the local regulations’ examination in the educational institutions: namely – members of the HSE’s University’s Cluster. This examination was held within the events of the implementation of the Moscow’s State Program “Development of education in Moscow for 2012 – 2018”.
During the meeting they announced standard errors in local regulations’ preparations, discussed the aspects of educational relationships that cause the greatest difficulty: inclusive education, cooperative education, distance learning, classification of educational results for students from another educational organizations.
In addition, the Heads of schools were proposed a draft of the local normative act – Regulations on the Procedure of Studying under the Individual Curriculum.
During examination they also developed recommendations to improve local regulations, including explanations on the most difficult issues: regulation of cases that need to obtain the parental consent (or legal representatives’); studying under the individual curriculum; realization of the distance learning; creation of specialized classes.