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Illustration for news: ‘The Central Role of Communication in Education Is Not Going Anywhere’: HSE Rector on the Revolution in Higher Education, the Prestige of Russian Education, and the Outcomes of the Pandemic

‘The Central Role of Communication in Education Is Not Going Anywhere’: HSE Rector on the Revolution in Higher Education, the Prestige of Russian Education, and the Outcomes of the Pandemic

In an interview with Forbes, HSE Rector and Supervisor for Education, Yaroslav Kuzminov spoke about digital learning and what he thinks the future holds in store for universities.

Illustration for news: Exploring Cross-country Experience in Advancing Education for 21st-Century Outcomes

Exploring Cross-country Experience in Advancing Education for 21st-Century Outcomes

The new volume titled, Audacious Education Purposes: How Governments Transform the Goals of Education Systems, which has recently been published in open access by Springer, foregrounds cases of educational change to promote 21st-century outcomes across eight nations. A chapter on Russian reforms aimed at future-proofing education in a fast-paced world has been prepared by Head of IOE, Isak Froumin and Rector of Moscow City University, Igor Remorenko.

Illustration for news: How Schools Are Getting out of the Pandemic

How Schools Are Getting out of the Pandemic

As the COVID curve has been tapering in many corners of the world, education leaders are pondering what the best strategies to reopen schools should look like.

Illustration for news: ‘We Might Be in for an Anti-Digital Backlash’

‘We Might Be in for an Anti-Digital Backlash’

The ‘digital age’ of education has whirled in like a hurricane. Long-term, systematic strategies for the transition to online learning have been swept away by global challenges, and primarily the COVID-19 pandemic and measures to counter it. IOE research fellow Daria Shcheglova reflects on how some students might have been overlooked in this head-spinning rally to take education online.

Illustration for news: IOE to Host International Summer School on Computational Social Science for the First Time

IOE to Host International Summer School on Computational Social Science for the First Time

In 2020, IOE was shortlisted as one of 21 venues worldwide to host this year’s guest Summer Schools held as part of the international Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), an annual collaboration between Duke University and Princeton University.

Illustration for news: Exploring How Education Can Better Contribute to Sustainability and Growth

Exploring How Education Can Better Contribute to Sustainability and Growth

Submissions are now underway to our Annual International Summer School, ‘Education and Development,’ which is slated to take place on the IOE grounds in Moscow, Russia between July 6 and 10, 2020.

Illustration for news: Following in the Parents’ Footsteps

Following in the Parents’ Footsteps

How the social status of the family shapes the education of the child

Illustration for news: ‘Every Student Should Be Prepared for Life in the Digital World and Know how to Speak its Language’

‘Every Student Should Be Prepared for Life in the Digital World and Know how to Speak its Language’

On January 16, HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov spoke at the expert panel, ‘Digital Revolution in Education and New Training Technologies’, at the 2020 Gaidar Forum, ‘Russia and the World: Challenges of the New Decade’, which was held at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA).

Why R&D Deliverables Often Fail to Deliver in Education

A seminar that was held last week as part of IOE’s Year 2019/20 Series on Educational R&D hosted a guest talk by Dr. Dirk Van Damme, Head of the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation at OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills. In his presentation, Dr. Van Damme shared his thinking about the main reasons why the domains of educational R&D, policy, and practice are often at odds with one another and what measures could help alleviate this discrepancy.

Illustration for news: How Parental Attitudes to General Education Influence Children’s Extracurricular Outcomes

How Parental Attitudes to General Education Influence Children’s Extracurricular Outcomes

Earlier this fall, Stockholm, Sweden welcomed educational researchers, strategists and institutional leaders from across the globe for the Second WERA-IRN Conference on ‘Extended Education,’ a dimension of learning & development that embraces a vast array of practices and activities beyond the general curriculum that unfold both within and outside the regular school perimeter. IOE experts Sergey Kosaretsky and Mikhail Goshin took part in the forum to present about how different strategies of parental involvement in formal schooling impact the odds of children’s success in extracurriculars.