Данная статья представляет собой обзор работы J. Elliott & J. Tudge The impact of the west on post-Soviet Russian education: change and resistance to change // Comparative Education. Vol. 43, no. 1, February 2007, pp. 93-112. В ней рассматривается взаимодействие макросистем (экономики, социальных ценностей) и микросистем (конкретные образовательные практики, общение учителей и учеников), имевшее место в российском образовании в 1990-ые гг.
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