The winners of the competition "Schools – leaders in the quality of education" have been announced
Within the framework of the XI St. Petersburg International Educational Forum, Herzen University hosted an award ceremony for the winners of the All–Russian competition "Schools – Leaders in the Quality of Education".
The ceremony was attended by Mikhail Puchkov, Deputy Chairman of the Education Committee.
"The main thing is that we all share the same values, common aims of the educational process, use all available tools to improve the quality of education, understanding what goal we are going to achieve," Mikhail Puchkov addressed the audience and invited participants to attend other events of the forum.
The competition is organized by the Russian State Pedagogical University after A. I. Herzen; and the editorial board of the Russian scientific and methodological magazine "Quality Management of Education: Theory and Practice of Efficient Administration". The project leader of the idea is Lyceum No. 410 of the Pushkinsky district of St. Petersburg.
In 2020, general education institutions from 32 regions of Russia took part in the competition – the geography of participants has expanded. The 41 best schools presented their ideas to experienced experts, and each region could submit only one educational institution to the competition.
The contestants presented a package of submitting materials on one of the content areas of improving the quality of general education, revealing the innovative experience of an educational organization. Schools competed for the title of the best in the following areas: formation of an open learning environment; compliance with the priority directions of the country's development; setting up of a modern infrastructure; effective work with talented and gifted children; formation of a model of the intra-school system of professional growth; creation of effective mechanisms for managing and education quality assessment. In addition, a public and professional voting was held for the most liked contest materials freely available on the Internet.
Among the winners were named: school No. 619 of the Kalininsky district of St. Petersburg, city Lyceum No. 2 named after M. V. Lomonosov of the Bryansk Oblast, school named after M. Y. Lermontov village of Zasechnoe, Penza Oblast, Presidential Lyceum of the city of Grozny, Chechen Republic, Gymnasium No. 3, Stavropol.
Photo: Center for Regional and International Cooperation.