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Identification of the Factors of Effectiveness of the Program-Targeted Approach in the Implementation of State Tasks Aimed at Modernizing Education in 2005-2020

Student: Andrey Korotovskikh

Supervisor: Sergei Izmailovich Zair-Bek

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Evidence-based Educational Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The purpose of the work is to identify and substantiate the decisions of the program-targeted approach in the implementation of public tasks, financing for the modernization and development of education in 2005-2020. In the course of work in accordance with the principles that can be used to manage processes in management practice, with a similar to the Russian territorial-administrative mechanism. Later these indicators were correlated with the characteristics of effective management. The analysis made it possible to identify and justify the factors affecting the effectiveness of the implementation of federal programs for the development of education in Russia in 2005-2020.

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