SPIEF Junior

Society’s Role in Developing and Managing Education

02 Jun , 14:30–16:00
Panel discussion
SPIEF Junior, courtyard
Discussion with the support of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation

Society’s involvement in public administration is a key factor for improving the quality of the country’s socioeconomic development. Other countries have developed various forms of public participation in the management of school and higher education at all levels: national, regional, local, and individual institutions. Russia has also created a legal framework that enables citizens to take part in the management of education.
How widespread is the practice of the public administration of the educational sector today in Russia? What role do public councils under federal, regional, and local governments play? How do supervisory boards, boards of trustees, and governing boards influence the development of educational institutions and improve the quality of education? What Russian and foreign practices have already proven their effectiveness and can be widely used in Russian realities?

Natalya Kravchenko, Chairwoman, Commission for the Development of Preschool, School, and Secondary Vocational Education and Educational Activities, Public Chamber of the Russian Federation

Lydia Mikheeva, President of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation; Chairman of the Board, Research Centre of Private Law under the President of the Russian Federation
Irina Potekhina, Vice Governor of St. Petersburg
Ekaterina Rybakova, President, Rybakov Fund
Vladimir Solodov, Governor of Kamchatka Territory
Isak Froumin, Academic Supervisor, Institute of Education, National Research University Higher School of Economics