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A digital portfolio of student achievements that the Russian ministries of education and digital development work on should not be mandatory. Director of the Department of Digital Transformation and Big Data of the Ministry of Education Pavel Kuzmin said this on Tuesday, June 8, on the air of the Russia-24 TV channel.

“Whether to maintain such a digital portfolio or continue to conduct it in an analog form, that is, to accumulate paper diplomas, is … the decision of the family. No single mandatory digital portfolio is planned for each child,” the TASS official said.

According to him, the family should also determine what achievements of the child should be included in such a portfolio. “We are actually talking about a service for digitizing the results that our guys have,” Kuzmin said.

Earlier in the day, the Kommersant newspaper reported that the Russian Ministry of Education had developed a concept for a student’s digital profile, which would store all the child’s successes and failures, starting in kindergarten. According to the publication, citing a copy of the document, such a digital profile is planned to be made mandatory.

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