School graduates will receive electronic certificates by an experiment

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School graduates will receive electronic certificates by an experiment
School graduates will receive electronic certificates by an experiment
11 October 2021, 15:10Society
The government is launching a pilot project to issue school graduates after graduation with electronic certificates. This was announced by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin at a meeting with the Deputy Prime Ministers.

The project on the formation of documents on education in electronic form will be launched before the end of the year. The government has already started to implement it.

The experiment involved schools created on the basis of five Russian universities - Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Yeltsin UrFU and the Russian University of Transport.

The certificate will be generated in the Unified Register of Digital Documents of Education. It will be available in your personal account on the State Services portal. The electronic document will contain all the same information about the student's education, which is entered in a regular paper certificate. The information in the electronic document will be certified by the electronic signature of the educational institution.

According to the Prime Minister, the transition to electronic certificates in the future will significantly simplify the use of this document. “It will not be possible to lose or spoil it, which means that there will be no need to restore it, to run around the authorities,” commented Mikhail Mishustin . His words are quoted by "Interfax". In addition, as the Prime Minister added, the document will not need to be presented upon employment - the employer himself will be able to access this document.

Now the experiment to create a digital educational environment (DSP) in Russian schools is being implemented in 14 regions: in the Altai and Perm regions, Astrakhan, Kaliningrad, Kaluga, Kemerovo, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Sakhalin, Tyumen and Chelyabinsk regions, Yamalo -Nenets Autonomous Okrug. At the same time, as Novye Izvestia wrote earlier, the parents of the students opposed this initiative. The overwhelming majority of parents (82%) said that they were not told anything about these experiments in schools, another 95% are sure that such experiments will negatively affect students.

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