Pay Education in Schools: Pros and Cons

In early 2011, it was planned in the Russian schools in all regions enter paid education .Thus, the Federation Council is still April 28, 2010 approved by the State Duma adopted a new law on the introduction of a fee reforms in budgetary institutions of the Russian Federation.This bill was introduced in late 2010, experts from the Committee on Budget and Taxes of the Russian Federation.The main goal of the reform, which is entrenched in the constitution of the introduction of free education in schools is the rapid disposal of the state budget coffers of embezzlement at the budget sector.

representatives of the "United Russia" voted for the bill unanimously "for", but the faction "of the Communist Party" and "Fair Russia" was not supported.The main concern in society caused the wording of the new law, which was written in such a way that it the system of education for ordinary citizens is not available.That is the law meant the introduction of full control over the pricing of items from the schools.No

w, in every public school funding will be discontinued, and the question of tuition fees will be decided by the leadership of a particular institution.

Thus, according to this document, all government agencies will be transferred to an autonomous system and the budget form of education.New budgetary institutions are now granted the right to engage in educational activity that brings them the income and income distribution between teachers and teachers will dispose director of the institution.

Paid education has a number of advantages.Among the advantages it can be noted that with the bill schools will receive more autonomy, and they will have more flexibility to dispose of all received cash resources.But at the same time, due to the introduction of payment for lessons do not address the issue of the implementation of new educational programs that will watch over the quality of education.For paid education means more thorough and high-quality training.

True it is worth noting that the transition to paid training will take place gradually.First, the Ministry of Education plans to direct funds to provide basic educational program.This suggests that the budget of the country will continue to receive funds to pay for basic school subjects, such as the Russian language, literature, mathematics, physics, and other important sciences.Then it plans to about 40% of Russian schools to transfer to the new financial management principles education, which every parent can choose, for any object to pay, and for what is not.Therefore, some subjects of the educational program will be paid by the state, and some parents.This not only will increase the turnover in schools, but also improve the quality of education.

But parents send their children to school with such principles do not agree.Because now, for each child will be required to pay more than 5,000 rubles for teaching basic subjects, as well as to pay for additional services, such as a hike in sections and mugs.In addition, pay school fees complicated by the fact that educational institutions need to form a special fund, which will be transferred and all the facilities.And for its formation it is necessary to rent space and hire a professional accountant who will handle all paperwork and pay taxes.

In the end the new law will lead to the fact that all costs will be borne by the school by parents.Moreover, the school will be posted price lists , in which each parent will have to select specific items for their child.So it is safe to say that paid education does not lead to an improvement in the quality of education, but only increase the number of uneducated people.