This will further loosen the hands of universities during the “non-competitive competition”.
This will further loosen the hands of universities during the “non-competitive competition”.
The Committee on Science and Education took its decision unanimously, as indicated in the minutes. At the same time, V. Lytvyn and M. Poplavsky were absent from the meeting, ie only deputies from the coalition voted.
This is how the idea of equality in admission turned into more than just an alkali – a tunnel to bypass fair and transparent admission and external evaluation.
Spicy detail: animal farm chapter 5 and 6 summary the text of the committee’s decision noted that beneficiaries would be admitted “based on the results of entrance examinations or an external independent evaluation.” And from the text of the voted law the mention of ZNO in general disappeared: “according to results of entrance examinations” it is written down there. This will further loosen the hands of universities during the “non-competitive competition”.
Attempts to pass the entrance exams to the Law “On Higher Education” were made in the days of Dmitry Tabachnik. Deja vu? Although not on such a scale. And this is not the first attack on the external evaluation in the post-Maidan parliament. First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Science and Education Alexander Spivakovsky (BPP) has already made a proposal to take into account the certificates of external evaluation of previous years (see “Perseverance or stubbornness?” ZN.UA from March 13, 2015), which levels the essence of the rating score of independent testing (And this was also done once by Dmitry Tabachnik). Fortunately, such a proposal did not pass, not least due to active public resistance.
Independent testing has been introduced in our country for almost eight years. This is one of the most authoritative and popular reforms in society. But there are still attempts to blur it.
Traditionally, the blows fall in two directions – the narrowing of the EIT and the undermining of its authority. A recent manifestation of the second way can be considered the scandal around the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment over possible interference in the holy of holies – the test results. Moreover, a blow to the EIT will be inflicted in both cases – and if the intervention in the secure database of the Testing Center is proven, and if not.
Recently, ZN.UA addressed the Prosecutor General’s Office with a detailed request regarding the results of the investigation. We did not receive answers to the vast majority of questions, because “Disclosure of other data of the pre-trial investigation, according to the requirements of Article 222 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of Ukraine, is currently impossible.” There are almost no findings in the information received: there were several hundred cases of interference in the database of test results, these interventions were committed by “officials of the Ukrainian Center for Quality Assessment, entering into a criminal conspiracy with unidentified persons” and ” confirmed the use of certificates directly to applicants for higher education., formed on the basis of unreliable information on the results of the EIT “. Well, we will wait for the publication of convincing evidence and specific decisions of the authorities on them.
But no matter what happens, we will not give the external examination. Under no circumstances. Although this time we seem to have stolen a Trojan horse – a gift from the deputies under the Christmas tree (the law was voted on December 24, 2015).
Oksana Onishchenko, “The Mirror of the Week. Ukraine “
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The Minister of Health proposes to transfer medical universities to the Ministry of Education and Science
Medical universities will be subordinated to the Ministry of Education and Science
The reform of the health care system will affect not only medical institutions, but also specialized universities, said Health Minister Alexander Kvitashvili. This was reported by ZN.UA. “I was very surprised to learn that medical universities in Ukraine are under the Ministry of Health. In Georgia, this is the competence of the Ministry of Education. Clinical bases for training medical students are created on the basis of research institutes of the Academy of Medical Sciences, “Kvitashvili said. “We will make decisions concerning medical universities together with the Ministry of Education and Science,” said the Minister of Health. Today in Ukraine 13 medical universities, 2 medical academies and 3 academies of postgraduate education are trained by doctors and pharmacists. This number also includes the Crimean, Donetsk and Luhansk universities, which are located in the temporarily occupied territories. Clinical bases for teaching students and conducting research work in regional and city hospitals, dispensaries, as well as institutes of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
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