Reference : Государственные стратегии в сфере высшего образования: содержание, виды, субъекты
Scientific journals : Article
Law, criminology & political science : Political science, public administration & international relations
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/219267
Государственные стратегии в сфере высшего образования: содержание, виды, субъекты
Russian
[en] NATIONAL STRATEGIES IN THE FIELD OF HIGHER EDUCATION: CONTENT, TYPES, SUBJECTS
Duran, Tatyana mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > > Doct. sc. polit. & social. (droit-Bologne)]
2016
Вопросы управления
4(22)
Yes
National
2304-3369
2308-8842
Russie
[en] the national educational strategies
[en] The article justifies that the subject of strategic management of education at national level is the state policy in the field of education itself. The national strategies are identified as subject goals, objectives-states adopted by the government in the field of education. The following differences have been formulated: strategic and reforming plans, strategic and administrative planning. The perception of national strategies concerning universities is proposed as a project to grant universities the right of taking strategic decisions regarding potential problems. The typology of national strategies in the field of higher education is provided depending on distribution of powers between the subjects of management of universities in future, on the powers of public bodies. Strategies as part of the strategic project at university level are considered, their specific features as compared to the strategic projects of business organizations are revealed.
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/219267
https://cyberleninka.ru/article/v/gosudarstvennye-strategii-v-sfere-vysshego-obrazovaniya-soderzhanie-vidy-subekty

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