Development of Modern Trends in Higher and Secondary Professional School Based on Innovative Development


The article considers innovative processes taking place in modern socio-economic conditions in the system of higher and secondary professional education in the Russian Federation. The study points out negative factors that prevent the formation of innovative processes in the economy. They identify innovative ways of development in the system of higher and secondary professional schools and essential differences in the definition of significant trends of development. The study has defined a socially-oriented model as the most progressive model of innovative development of higher education institutions. It is the social-oriented model that allows us integrating scientific-research and professional-oriented assets creating an innovative environment in higher education. Other processes are typical for secondary vocational education, the main purpose of which is defined as providing the middle level of the Russian economy with highly skilled workers and specialists. The study has revealed that there are approach processes of the secondary vocational education system with production. Business structures are taking more active part in the organization of the educational process every year. In recent years, interregional centers of competence and vocational training centers have been created on the basis of professional educational organizations mean by innovative frameworks

Keywords: innovation, higher education, secondary vocational education, educational institutions

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