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РАЗДЕЛЕНИЕ ЗАТРАТ В ВЫСШЕМ ОБРАЗОВАНИИ: ПЛАТА ЗА ОБУЧЕНИЕ, ФИНАНСОВАЯ ПОДДЕРЖКА И ДОСТУПНОСТЬ В СРАВНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ПЕРСПЕКТИВЕ

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В статье профессора Центра сравнительных и глобальных исследований образования Университета Буффало рассматриваются вопросы теоретического и практического обоснования переложения основной доли оплаты стоимости высшего образования с правительства и налогоплательщиков на студентов и их семьи, насколько влияет увеличение стоимости (в основном, обучения и связанных с ним расходов) на доступность образования, возникающие в связи с увеличением стоимости образования проблемы получения образования для семей с низким доходом. Рассматриваются политические инструменты, то есть связанные с доходами гранты, займы, займовые субсидии, субсидии на проживание и питание, применяются для увеличения доступности образования, а также эффективность использования этих инструментов.

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Д. Б. Джонстоун
Центр сравнительных и глобальных исследований образования Университета Буффало
Россия


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Джонстоун Д.Б. РАЗДЕЛЕНИЕ ЗАТРАТ В ВЫСШЕМ ОБРАЗОВАНИИ: ПЛАТА ЗА ОБУЧЕНИЕ, ФИНАНСОВАЯ ПОДДЕРЖКА И ДОСТУПНОСТЬ В СРАВНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ПЕРСПЕКТИВЕ. Университетское управление: практика и анализ. 2005;(1):24-40.

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Johnstone D.B. Cost Sharing in Higher Education: Tuition, Financial Assistance, and Accessibility in Comparative Perspective. University Management: Practice and Analysis. 2005;(1):24-40. (In Russ.)

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