APF forum “Quality education for the Country” began in Penza
Penza, 14 October 2014. PenzaNews. The two-day forum “Quality education for the Country,” organized by the All-Russia People’s Front (APF) under the orders of the Russian president Vladimir Putin began on Tuesday, October 14, in the regional Lermontov library in Penza.
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The event began with the round table discussions “Debureaucratizing the education: credit of trust or total control?”, “Salary issue in education: problems and possibilities,” “Family and school in character-building: trust, partnership, law,” “Education in an open information atmosphere: challenges, risks and perspectives,” “Accessible education for special needs children,” and the others.
The second day of the forum will provide for five discussion platforms: “A teacher’s mission and status: a modern teacher and the challenges of the society,” “National education values: nurturing and shaping the Russian identity,” “Accessible education for all,” “Quality of education in Russia: degradation or development?” and “The new agenda for economic development: requirements to education.”
The general results of the forum will be voiced during the plenary meeting that will take place at 16.30 on Wednesday, October 15.
More than 500 participants — APF activists, teachers, parents, experts, ministers and social workers, Russian Duma deputees, senators and Civic Chamber of Russia members — are expected to take part in the forum.
According to the agenda of the event, the President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin will take part in the forum.