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Notes to the science articles 9

People, by Schemelinin Konstantin Sergeevich

Who and how we teach
In modern Russia, entering adulthood is very difficult: due to poor quality education, many young people are forced to receive not only higher education, but often two or even three higher educations. As a result, the seller or driver in Russia has a higher education, which he does not need at all.
Poor education, which does not allow one to earn money, is the main reason why young citizens of the Russian Federation (often even having created their own families) live for too long in their parents house!
Incorrectly comparing the United States and modern Russia on this parameter, many people conclude that the desire to live with parents is some kind of national feature inherent in Russians. This is wrong. For a whole millennium, Russian peasants lived differently from the way current post-Soviet Russians live: firstly, early marriages were common, and secondly, the sequence of forming a new family was as follows: in the fall, after the harvest, a house was built for the future young family, and In winter, they held a wedding, after which the newlyweds went to live in their new home. Russians do not have a national characteristic for living in the same house with their parents, and the fact that this happens is a forced step by young people due to their lack of the school education necessary for life.
Schools in today's Russia do not train specialists, but actually prepare them for entering universities, which is why there are few specialized schools in the Russian Federation. Professions such as: salesman, driver, turner, mechanic, concrete worker, welder, carpenter, construction worker, agricultural worker, translator, accountant, journalist, philologist, office manager, nurse, junior officer, entry-level clergyman, athlete, entry-level programmer etc. - it is quite possible and necessary to receive it in a specialized school institution.
The general education scheme should be like this:
1. Primary education: from 6-7 years to 10-12 years.
At this stage, children must learn to read and write, improve their health, receive information about Russia and choose their future.
2. Secondary specialized education: from 10-12 to 17-19 years.
Either obtaining a specialty (for the majority), or preparing to enter university (for the minority).
3. Higher education: after 17-19 years and later.
Higher education should be rare; because it is the highest, which means it is not for everyone.
A similar structure of education existed in Tsarist Russia and to a certain extent is present in many modern countries of the world, including, weakly expressed, in the Russian Federation itself in the form of a system of schools, vocational schools and universities.
Russia should significantly increase the variety of specialized schools and radically reduce the number of universities, both private and public, because there is no point in people with higher education working as builders, drivers, salesmen or office managers!
Written in 2017
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