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MOSCOW, January 14 (Itar-Tass) – Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Education and Science will evaluate compliance with the license requirements by more than 250 state-run and private higher educational institutions in 2013.
“There are a total of 256 state-run and private educational institutions on the list. Inspections will include on-site visits and examination of documents,” the Service said on Monday, January 14.
Its specialists will inspect “compliance with the license requirements and terms, evaluate the quality of education and assess compliance with Russian legislation in the field of education”.
Deputy Education and Science Minister Alexander Klimov said late last year that the inspections would be conducted at ineffective higher educational institutions and those that need to optimise their work in the first place.