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    Post  sepheronx Wed Sep 21, 2022 12:27 am

    caveat emptor wrote:
    sepheronx wrote:Well, there has to be job prospects if you want people to kill those positions.  That won't happen until at least a few years till more money has gone through for industries in these fields.

    That said, the jobs of R&D within universities are probably been filled long ago, many older people.  Same issue here where the universities R&D faculties are held all by rather older people with some students.
    Military industries did a good job with employment of young cadres. 

    Industrial base was seriously undermined in the last 30 years. Article mentions Moscow, as example where there are no prospects for employment. Aside from some designer bureaus, I'm afraid that it will stay like that. Moscow turned itself into a capital of service industries. Starting any production in the city doesn't make sense, as cost are too high when compared to other places. 
    In any case, government shouldn't even think of subsidizing manufacturing in Moscow (not Moscow oblast), as every ruble will go much further in other parts of Russia.

    That's every major city at this point in the world.

    Smaller cities like Krasnoyarsk will end up booming eventually, Novosibirsk as well. Vladivostok, etc. And rightly so, capital needs to flow that way away from Moscow. Moscow will always now be administrative, service and banking for Russia. St.Pete will stay as remote jobs, art, and major industrial.

    Small and medium companies will move to smaller. It's only natural. Universities will have to adjust to this.

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    Post  andalusia Thu Oct 06, 2022 9:17 am

    Are boys falling behind girls in education in Russia? That is what is happening in the US. I think a big reason is feminists are in charge of academia in the US.


    https://fcpp.org/2019/02/09/why-men-are-falling-behind-in-schools/


    https://www.mindingthecampus.org/2018/05/07/why-are-so-many-campus-feminists-anti-male/

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    Post  andalusia Tue Nov 01, 2022 7:53 am

    Just want to know is vocational technical education valued in Russia and other countries outside of the US? I think the death of the shop class as well as the overemphasis on everybody going to college played a role.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/tarabrown/2012/05/30/the-death-of-shop-class-and-americas-high-skilled-workforce/?sh=44dc0cfc541f&fbclid=IwAR0WMXSUatox1pFvwRMWQ-lhtWjal5pezDKOkwk0TwhHB4NAd73vM3lJEkk



    From A Critical Review of Matthew Crawford's Shop Class as Soulcraft


    ...the skilled trades are undervalued in America. They are undervalued in the American educational system that has systematically eliminated shop class. They are undervalued in the collective consciousness that views them as lowly, “blue collar”, dirty, unprofessional. But, the funny thing is that there is one place where they are actually not undervalued at all, and that is in the marketplace, which has seen a greater and greater demand for the skilled craftsman, be he a carpenter, electrician, machinist, mechanic, and so on. On account of his being in demand, the skilled tradesman has his choice of jobs, needs answer to no one, and earns a living wage, perks that are not to be scoffed at in this economic environment.

    http://apprehensiontheory.blogspot.com/2011/05/critical-review-of-matthew-crawfords.html

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    Post  franco Tue Nov 01, 2022 10:57 am

    Ministry of Education returns basic military training lessons to schools

    Primary military training will be taught in Russian schools again, a corresponding proposal was received from the Ministry of Education as part of the main program of secondary general education. The document has already been published on the portal of draft regulatory legal acts.

    According to the new program, it is proposed to introduce NVP for students in grades 10-11. True, military training will not be taught as a separate subject, as it was in the USSR, NVP will be introduced into the Fundamentals of Life Safety (OBZH). It is planned to launch two courses, one of which will be devoted to medicine, the second - to military training.

    As part of the first, called "Fundamentals of Medical Knowledge and First Aid", high school students will learn first aid for various injuries or ailments, wounds, etc. The program is quite broad and will cover not only the application of bandages and splints and the like, but also help with various poisonings, burns, drowning, etc. In addition, students will be taught how to deal with various epidemics.

    The second course, entitled "Elements of Basic Military Training", will include the rules for handling weapons , high school students will study the main machine gun of the Russian army AK-74, offensive and defensive hand grenades RGD-5 and F-1, and study the tactics of military personnel as part of a motorized rifle departments on the BMP. Also, this course will include the study of personal protective equipment, first aid on the battlefield, the creation of individual shelters from enemy fire, as well as camouflage of equipment.

    The topics given are not a complete list of what high school students will learn in the lessons of initial military training, a complete list is given in the corresponding document. Most likely, the CWP lessons will be introduced from the new academic year, although it is possible that earlier.

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    Post  flamming_python Mon Feb 20, 2023 2:51 am

    The first building of the new Lomonosov science & technology cluster of the Moscow State University looks to have been completed.



    Plenty more of them to go thumbsup

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    Post  Dr.Snufflebug Tue Feb 28, 2023 6:11 pm

    Putin signs law to prohibit unnecessary modern anglicisms in education and other "official" spheres.
    https://m.gazeta.ru/politics/news/2023/02/28/19855063.shtml

    Exceptions are when there are no analogues/direct synonyms in the Russian language.

    God damn I wish this would happen here in Europe. I don't mind English, evidently, but it still infuriates me when I hear lazy anglicisms being used in lieu of perfectly acceptable (and far more intelligent sounding) native terms.

    Among kids it's extra bad. Oftentimes it is evident that they don't even know the actual native word for something.

    You can't legislate how people talk in private, and you can't stop languages from evolving, but it is a good initiative to clean up official channels at least.

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    Post  flamming_python Sat Mar 25, 2023 3:48 am

    One of the new campuses that will soon be under construction. This one is a common campus for multiple universities in the city of Ufa; including the Bashkir State Medical University, the Bashkir State Agrarian University, the Ufa State Petroleum Technological University, the Bashkir State Pedagogical University, and the Ufa University of Science & Technology. Each of these institutes has their own buildings around the city, but this campus complex is situated in close proximity to most of them, and contains student accommodation and common infrastructure.

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    Basically, the towers house the student dorms, the circular low structure linking the towers houses auditoriums, labs, gyms, co-working spaces and cafes. An IT park & library building is adjacent, along with something called a genomics center albeit I don't know what that is.

    It also doesn't escape notice that the layout of the towers resembles that of a Quray plant, which is the national symbol of Bashkiria of which this city is the capital. Looking at some of the rooms they appear to have a yurt-like layout as well.

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    Post  Tolstoy Sat Mar 25, 2023 7:05 am

    flamming_python wrote:The first building of the new Lomonosov science & technology cluster of the Moscow State University looks to have been completed.
    Inaugurated too. They are incorporating co working space for students who are interested in starting startups. All very nice, but the problem is, to meet the increased cost, Lomonosov attracts a lot of foreign students who mostly come from third world countries of Africa and Asia. Already too many such coloured students in Moscow/Russia. We don't need more but Sobyanin doesn't share these concerns.
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    Post  GarryB Sat Mar 25, 2023 11:50 am

    It is the future... and it will make Russia great again.

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    Post  Scorpius Sat Mar 25, 2023 1:24 pm

    Tolstoy wrote:..too many such coloured students in Moscow/Russia. We don't need more

    Each of these students who returned home will spread the Russian mentality and scientific approach. Each of them will make friends in Russia, and in 30-40 years, when some of these students rise high enough in the hierarchy of management of their countries, Russia will receive a lot of useful connections that will be converted into export contracts. This is an investment in the future, and you seem to advocate the complete isolation of Russia from the rest of the world. For what?

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    Post  PapaDragon Sat Mar 25, 2023 3:37 pm

    Tolstoy wrote:..too many such coloured students in Moscow/Russia. We don't need more

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    Post  flamming_python Sun Mar 26, 2023 3:27 am

    Doesn't much sound like Tolstoy will be impressed with the 2nd Eurasian Congress of Urologists that took place in Ufa just a week ago What a Face

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    Sure, some of these students will end up staying in Russia, and they are welcome to do that too, but most will go back to their countries of origin and as Scorpius points out, facilitate ties to Russia.
    And this process isn't necessarily delayed by decades. For example, I've heard that Indian doctors who were educated in Russia, as a side-job work with Russian tourists visiting their country.

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    Post  GarryB Sun Mar 26, 2023 5:54 am

    At the end of the day people are people... there are good people and bad people... and just like bad people don't have warning labels saying they are bad people, skin colour, eye colour, hair colour are not indications of anything useful at all.

    Get to know them... they might be real pricks, or they could become the best friend you ever had... but that has nothing to do with their skin colour... unless you make it like that and then the problem is with you.

    But of course you wont listen to this... such beliefs are deeply rooted and didn't arrive easily and likely wont be changed easily either.

    There was an RT documentary about some black Americans whose family went to the Soviet Union in the 1930s because they were engineers and couldn't get work in the US. They worked in the USSR and were treated with respect and got good jobs... some went back to the US in the 1990s and their families reunited with old family ties.
    In the 2010s one young black woman who had heard all these stories wanted to see for herself and she went over. She was in a large city and a policeman came up to her to talk to her. Growing up in the US she was scared, but he said hello and she replied in Russian, which surprised him, and she explained what she was doing. The policeman went away and came back... with flowers for her. She was surprised to say the least.

    Respect to that police officer... would that happen in the US?

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    Post  flamming_python Sun Mar 26, 2023 8:28 am

    The new School of Arts for artistically gifted kids (as well as some children of SVO veterans) in Sevastopol that Putin visited a week ago right before leaving for Mariupol. There will be applicants for it from all over the country. A range of experts from across many fields will be tutoring pupils there. Painting, pottery, theater, music, you name it.



    It's a new building, albeit styled after the old ones from the 19th century, and quite successfully so in my inexpert opinion.

    Towards the end of the video you can see the plans for a whole cluster of various buildings and objects planned for this area, of which this school is but one of them. Various museums, parks, an amphitheater and local architectural sites make up the balance, with the school itself tucked away about 100m to the side and back, outside the path of tourists.

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    Post  andalusia Wed Mar 29, 2023 6:38 am

    I know Russia excels at Math education but how is calculus, statistics and personal finance taught in Russia schools?

    Do you guys agree with this author that Calculus is overrated and Statistics is underrated?

    https://stanfordreview.org/calculus-is-overrated-why-we-should-prioritize-statistics-ec8b147389a3/
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    Post  flamming_python Fri Mar 31, 2023 7:43 am

    The new 93,000 sq. meter cultural-educational complex on Russky Island off Vladivostok has mostly finished construction by now, still 2-3 buildings left, but the music school part of it at least is already set for its admissions campaign next month.

    The complex as a whole consists of the Central Music high-school rated for 550 pupils in total, starting from 12 y/o. There will be housing for 250 of them who will be admitted from across the Russian Far East, with the remainder presumably being local pupils from Vladivostok.
    The complex also includes a branch of the Moscow State Academy of Choreography, alternatively known as the world-renowned Bolshoi Ballet Academy. This is a higher-education institution for 17-18 y/o students and up. The academy is rated for 250 students and will house all of them on the premises.
    There will also be apartment-housing for teachers and other employees as part of the complex.

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    Post  ALAMO Fri Mar 31, 2023 9:30 am

    This whole educational cluster is simply amazing, and obviously WAY to big for the needs of 0.5mln Vlad and the whole Russian population.
    I guess it is targeting mainly the tourist students from Asia scratch

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    Post  flamming_python Fri Mar 31, 2023 9:57 am

    I wouldn't say so, no

    I mean the Musical high-school has only 250 boarding places; for the whole of the Russian Far East (~7 mil people), it's not that much, considering the prestige of the future school. And of course 300 places for the local kids of Vladivostok. That's 300 divided by 5; about 60 new local pupils a year from a ~600,000 population city.

    This branch of the Bolshoi Ballet Academy under construction meanwhile will be its only one, other than the main academy all the way in Moscow. With only 250 places, competition again will be very tight, especially if not only Far Eastern applicants will apply but also applicants from Siberia.
    Having said that, there certainly are a number of foreign students from across the world who come to the Moscow academy as aspiring ballet-practitioners. In the Mariinsky Theatre academy here in St. Petersburg too. We have American students, Europeans, Japanese even. So no doubt the Bolshoi Theatre academy branch in Vladivostok won't be an exception and can indeed get some students from Asian countries itself.

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    Post  GarryB Fri Mar 31, 2023 10:35 am


    Do you guys agree with this author that Calculus is overrated and Statistics is underrated?

    Even without reading it... no... both are useful and practical... but statistics is probably less useful because of the way modern western media and governments and businesses use it to pretty much make any argument they want... it is easy to manipulate stats to suggest anything you want... it can be used for evil, but then anything can I suppose.

    How can you read an article from someone trying to make a point and form any opinion without hearing from someone with the opposite point of view who will counter his arguments and logic and examples with arguments and logic and examples that show he is wrong?
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    Post  flamming_python Fri Mar 31, 2023 10:46 am

    Sakhalin State University won a federal grant for a new campus with its project in the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, which has now been approved by a city commission.

    It's a small university, a post-WW2 one, whose main value is the close links it has forged with South Korean and Japanese universities. The new campus will be quite small too. Just 1500 people which includes not only students but also teachers.

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    Still though, it's nice to see Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk get some love. It will make a great university town. Nature extends in all directions outside the small city, with some ski resorts right nearby too.

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    Post  flamming_python Fri Apr 28, 2023 3:04 pm

    New school being constructed in Ekaterinburg. It's a combined primary and secondary school for the ages of 7-17. It should be ready by 2025.

    What makes it special is that.. well that it's not special in any way really, except for being on the larger side. Not a private school, or one for gifted kids, or part of some creative cluster or whatever.
    Perhaps it's some kind of pilot project for a new format but either way it's an entirely ordinary school and presumably other schools according to this standard will be built in the rest of the country too, which bodes well as everything here seems to be planned for to the highest standard.

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    The school is zoned into several parts, it's left wing is for the younger classes, the right wing for older classes, and a general section in the center used by everyone.

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    The general section includes recreation areas, sports facilities, a cafeteria and a library/IT zone

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    The younger and older class areas both have classrooms rated for 25-30 pupils

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    The first floor of the building complex includes a wardrobe area, cafeterias for both younger and older pupils, medical cabinet, sports hall, multimedia lecture hall, staff rooms and classes for older pupils

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    The second floor incorporates a choreography hall, assembly hall, recreational areas, staff rooms, and classes for both younger and older pupils
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    The third floor holds more recreational areas, the library/IT area, staff rooms and classes for both younger and older pupils
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    The fourth floor contains a lunch-hall for the youngest classes, a gym, more recreational areas and classes for both younger and older pupils

    There is also a sports and PE zone outside on the school's territory, as well as the aforementioned sport-hall and gym located inside the main buildings. Altogether the sports facilities encompass a stadium, volleyball & basketball courts, some Olympic sports infrastructure for things like long jumps or shot-puts, and gymnastics equipment.
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    Post  flamming_python Sat May 13, 2023 11:20 am

    Another new, but otherwise ordinary school, just constructed in Novosibirsk

    I must say that if this is the new standard for schools in Russia, then it's indeed a very encouraging one.

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    And this is taking place around the country, there's actually another of those super-modern schools being constructed right next door to where I used to live to replace an old Soviet-era one there; and this is an entirely ordinary suburb populated by working class people and its share of immigrants from Central Asia too; not some rich central historical area of St. Petersburg or one of the new expensive suburbs nearer to the Finnish gulf

    Also, construction has just started of a Nakhimov naval boarding school in Mariupol. Certainly beats having this, over having Azov Nazis come to your school to give talks to the kids and show off their swastika tattoos as it was under Ukrainian rule there the last few years.

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    Post  JohninMK Sat May 27, 2023 11:36 am

    Up until 1997 the US produced the most engineers annually. Then Russia dominated until 2022 when China took over. During those years what was called the 'Third World' by the West gradually started to dominate.

    Its the middle of this chart that is interesting and is an omen for the future.

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    Post  ALAMO Sat May 27, 2023 11:48 am

    One thing to be kept in mind.
    Russia is a big education hub for foreigners.
    There are about 400k foreign students in Russia as we speak.

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    Post  JohninMK Mon Jun 26, 2023 12:39 pm

    End of year celebration. Port cities can be very special.

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