DOI: 10.15293/1812-9463.2102.01

УДК 37.0 

Kerre Marina Sergeevna

PhD, Specialist of the Center of Education Programs Promotion, Life-Long Learning Institute, Moscow City Pedagogical University , Moscow. E-mail:
ORCID: 0000-0003-2065-9761

Smirnova Svetlana Vladimirovna

Head of the Center of Education Programs Promotion, Life-Long Learning Institute,
Moscow City Pedagogical University , Moscow. E-mail:
ORCID: 0000-0003-0060-2442


This article explores the results of the research which was held in January, 2021 among teachers and heads of educational organizations in Russia. The major problems, which can be solved by additional education, that were indicated by teachers: “increase the effectiveness of work” and “increase the quality of education”. From the chiefs’ of educational organizations points of view, the main problems of teachers are: “ensuring the quality of education” and “professional growth of school teachers”. In this article, the mechanisms and the destinations of adjustments the providers’ of additional education are shown marketing and communication strategies. The experience of the organization of personalized education in the case of implanting an innovative model of hub of additional education for children and adults which let, by acquiring the necessary professional and personal skills, to give an impetus to the development of the human resources potential of the general education system.

The data, which is presented in this article, will be interesting to the directors of educational organizations, the employees of education management bodies at all levels, the specialists in the field of education of tutors and directors of schools.

Keywordsadditional professional education, tutors, directors of educational organizations, educational requests, hub of additional education, personalized education, professional competence, professional development of tutors and directors of schools.



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