The education system in the Russian Federation [electronic resource] : education brief 2012 / Denis Nikolaev, Dmitry Chugunov.
- Washington, D.C. : World Bank, c2012.
- World Bank Studies
World Bank study
1 online resource (100 p.)
- Education -- Russia (Federation).
School management and organization -- Russia (Federation).
- Electronic books.
- This Education brief is intended for non-Russian researchers willing to get familiar with Russian education system and more generally for all those involved in education and education policy. It does not represent exhaustive information on Russian education system and all problems and challenges existing there, but provide a snapshot briefly describing its main features.Education brief - 2012 retains its main special feature which is the combination of statistical data and qualitative information to describe the organization and functioning of education system in the Russian Federation.The rep
- Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Country Context; Organization of the Education System; Public Spending on Education; Figures; Figure 1.1. Structure of the education system in the Russian Federation; Figure 1.2. Structure of education financing in the Russian Federation; Figure 1.3. Public spending on education in the Russian Federation as a share of GDP, by level of education (percent); Figure 1.4. Total public spending on education as a share of GDP and total public expenditures in the Russian Federation (percent) (2003-10)
Figure 1.5. Distribution of OECD and partner countries by GDP per capita and share of expenditures allocated to education in terms of GDP (including private investments in education) (2006)2. Preschool Education and Early Childhood Development; Current Situation and Trends; Figure 2.1. Birth rate projections in the Russian Federation (per 1,000 inhabitants); Figure 2.2. Gross enrollment to preschool educational institutions in the Russian Federation by type of settlement (adjusted for 5-to-6-year-olds studying in primary school) (2000-10, percent)
Figure 2.3. Number of children in preschool educational institutions and number of 1-to-6-year-olds in the Russian Federation (2000-10, thousand persons)Figure 2.4. Distribution of preschool educational institutions in the Russian Federation by type of settlement (thousand units, 2000-09); Figure 2.5. Distribution of staff in preschool educational institutions in the Russian Federation by position (percent); Figure 2.6. Dynamics of student-teacher ratio in the Russian Federation in preschool education (persons, 1992-2010)
Figure 2.7. Total public expenditure in the Russian Federation on education as percent of GDP, at pre-primary level of education (ISCED 0) (2008)Figure 2.8. Total public spending (top chart) and per student expenditure (bottom chart) in preschool education in the Russian Federation; Tables; Table 2.1. Public expenditure on ECEC in the Russian Federation, 2003-10; Recent and Ongoing Reforms; Figure 2.9. Public expenditure on preschool education in the Russian Federation (real spending from consolidated budget, percent) (2003-10)
Figure 2.10. Distribution of regions in the Russian Federation by GRP per capita and enrollment to preschool education (2009)Table 2.2. Distribution of autonomous institutions in the Russian Federation by sphere and subordination (data from July 1, 2010); Figure 2.11. Distribution of autonomous institutions in the Russian Federation by sphere (top chart) and distribution of autonomous institutions in education sphere (bottom chart) (2010); Key Problems and Challenges; Policy Options; Figure 2.12. Number of births in the Russian Federation (million newborns); 3. Primary and Secondary Education
Current Situation and Trends
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Chugunov, Dmitry.
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