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DISCIPLINA and Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science

 

The DISCIPLINA team continues to develop the project and establish partnerships.


One of the events that have contributed to the project development is Ilya Nikiforov’s recent participation in the working group on research in the sphere of education and implementation of BIG DATA approaches for the needs of the education system of the Russian Federation. The working group is directed by the Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science and consists of civil servants, which makes the DISCIPLINA project the only representative of the business sphere.

This is a significant event, since it helps us take a step closer towards achieving the main goal of DISCIPLINA - making quality changes in the spheres of education and recruitment.

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