Moscow. January 18- From March 1, 2022, the state registration (accreditation) procedure for schools, colleges and universities will be simplified, which should reduce the administrative burden on educational organizations and allow them not to be distracted from their main work.
The new regulation on state accreditation of educational activities was approved by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, the press service of the Russian government reported.
According to the regulation, schools, colleges and universities will undergo the procedure of state accreditation only once – the issued certificate of accreditation will be valid indefinitely.
Educational organizations that have accreditation valid until March 1, 2022, will not have to receive it again. Their certificates of accreditation will become permanent automatically. Redundant and duplicative requirements are excluded from the accreditation procedure itself. The main thing that will be assessed is the quality of training of students and schoolchildren. To this end, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Education, together with Rosobrnadzor, have developed separate indicators for schools, colleges, and universities.
To assess the quality of education in accredited organizations, the same indicators will be regularly monitored. Rosobrnadzor will be responsible for this work.
The resolution was prepared to implement the new norms of the federal law “On Education”, which come into force on March 1, 2022.