Ionova Natalia Vladimirovna
Candidate of geographical sciences, associate professor, head of the department of geography, regional studies and tourism, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university,
Novosibirsk. E-mail: email@example.com. ORCID: 0000-0003-1903-1950
Shimlina Inna Vladimirovna
Doctor of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, professor of the department
of pedagogical education, Siberian state industrial university,
Novokuznetsk. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. ORCID: 0000-0002-9396-3994
EDUCATION PROBLEMS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE FOCUS OF ASSESSMENT OF THE DEMOGRAPHIC SITUATION IN THE REGION (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVOSIBIRSK REGION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
The main purpose of this study is to study the problems of modern education through the prism of the regional demographic situation in the context of the implementation of sustainable development. The base region is the Novosibirsk region, on the territory of which a regional education system has developed, which is characterized by a high susceptibility to innovations. The main resource that ensures effective regional development is human capital. In this regard, it is relevant to study not only the problems of education development, taking into account the implementation of sustainable development, but also the characteristics of the demographic situation as a factor of sustainable development.
The article reveals the features of the problem of education development in the interests of sustainable development, provides a meaningful analysis of the SD concept, highlights the main stages of its formation, which make up SD components; education is considered as a key component of the SD concept, the main conditions of transformations in the education system are highlighted, an assessment of demographic parameters is given, according to which it is possible to predict education processes both at the regional and global levels.
Keywords: education system, types and levels of education, educational paradigm, regional education system, sustainable development, sustainable development concept, anthropocentric development model, biospherecentric development model, demographic factor, lifelong education.
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