Problems and Prospects of Rotation of Pedagogical Staff in the Modern System of General Education in the Russian Federation

Eugenia Gerasimova, Irina Karpacheva, Irina Kolosova, Dmitry Polyakov, Nina Fedina, Tatiana Shchuchka

Abstract


This article presents an analysis of the implementation of the technology of job rotation in the general education system of the Russian Federation. The objects of the analysis were the official websites of municipal and regional executive authorities in the education sector: regulatory legal documents, methodological and information materials, reflecting the creation and development of the personnel reserve in the general education system. The geographical scope of the analysis included all regions of the Russian Federation. The analysis covered the period of 2010-2015 years. The authors diagnosed the implementation of certain components of the technology of job rotation, and its unsystematic and declarative nature. The study found that the most promising model of personnel policy of the general education system in the Russian Federation is the consistent application of the technology of personnel reserve formation and job rotation. The main types of job rotation, which can be implemented in the management of the education system of the Russian Federation, include the rotation of heads of educational institutions of general education; vertical and horizontal rotation of pedagogical staff; rotation of young professionals and graduates of educational institutions of secondary vocational and higher education.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s4p179


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