Rosobrnadzor did not see any specific proposals in Bastrykin’s criticism of the Unified State Exam

by time news

The head of Rosobrnadzor Anzor Muzaev commented on the criticism of the USE from the chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) Alexander Bastrykin. He noted that there were no proposals for changing the system. Rosobrnadzor, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Education and Science expressed their readiness “to study the opinion of our esteemed colleagues.”

“We did not see any specific proposals in this statement. If they do point by point, what it is, we are ready to consider, ”- said Mr. Muzaev to journalists (quoted by TASS). According to the head of Rosobrnadzor, the USE played a “preventive role in solving various corruption” problems.

The press service of Rosobrnadzor reported that their department, as well as the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Education and Science, are ready to work together with the TFR on the development of “procedures for state final certification and entrance examinations to universities.” “We are ready with the Ministry of Education of Russia and the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia to carefully study the opinion of our esteemed colleagues,” the press service of Rosobrnadzor said.

Alexander Bastrykin on January 23 called the USE “torture” for schoolchildren. In his opinion, it is necessary to return to the Soviet education system. The head of the TFR called for the abolition of the USE, as well as “all these bachelor’s degrees, specialties.”

The Unified State Exam has become mandatory in Russia since 2009. According to a March poll by VTsIOM, only 5% of Russians were in favor of canceling the Unified State Exam. The May SuperJob poll showed that 68% of citizens assess the USE system negatively.

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