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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Roza Arutyunyan
Features of innovation implementation in Public educational institutions
Faculty of Public Administration
Bachelor’s programme
2014
In the current knowledge and digital society, we are facing rapid social, technological and economic changes. Innovation in education is of importance to better equip new generations of students for the changing society.The purpose of this work is to identify the main factors influencing the successful implementation of innovations in educational institutions.In order to make a qualitative transformation , management needs to show that the changes are really needed and will have a positive impact on the educational process and on the quality of the training of students . When teachers notice that changes are of a formal nature, there are no specific target, no proper organization of the process of implementation (lack of proper and timely awareness), then they formed a negative attitude to innovation, which, undoubtedly, affects the successful implementation of changes

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