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The transition to digital education platform for implementation of distance learning in the spread of the coronavirus solve the problem of shortage of subject teachers in rural schools in Novgorod region. This was announced by the Governor of the region Andrei Nikitin, reports TASS.
As said Nikitin, currently, the region uses about 15 digital educational platforms. With their help remotely participate in educational programs, 75 percent of the students and teachers of the region. Another 15 percent is used output format tasks in social networks through the Diary.ru, Zoom or Skype.
“That gave us this system? Most importantly: is the problem that exists in rural schools with a shortage [of teachers] of the subject, we have radically decided with all these electronic platforms,” he explained.
Nikitin added that even after the return of students to full-time training in educational institutions, the use of different digital platforms will continue.
The digitalization of educational and other processes in the Russian educational institutions is provided by the national project “Digital economy”. Only the implementation of the national project it is planned to allocate more than 1.8 trillion rubles. It also implies an increase of internal costs for the development of the digital economy at the expense of all sources, the creation of sustainable and secure information and telecommunications infrastructure for high speed transmission, processing and storage of large amounts of data, as well as the transfer of government agencies and organizations to use mainly software developed in Russia.
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