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Staff Policy in Common Education in Moscow in the Process of Reformation

ФИО студента: Anzhela Adamich

Руководитель: Alexey L. Ryabinin

Кампус/факультет: Institute of Education

Программа: Political challenges in the contemporary world (Master)

Оценка: 7

Год защиты: 2016

The dissertation gives a review of literature and regulatory enactments in reference to the government employment policy in education system under conditions of reforming, as well as an analysis of the regulatory enactments directing the current employment policy of Moscow administration in basic education. The following terms are defined: "government employment policy", "organizational employment policy". The specificity of employment policy in basic education in Russia is analyzed in the period from 2000 till nowadays. The work shows an influence of the basic education reforming on Moscow employment policy in education system. Keywords: employment policy, employment policy of Moscow, education system, reforming of education system.

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