Educational Cluster as a Promising Form of Diversification of the Regional High Schools in Modern Conditions


Relevance of the work is due to the intensive development of diversification of modern higher education and the need for understanding of these processes from a regional perspective. Improving the system of higher education today is associated with the emergence and development of new trends in educational development, including an important place diversification. Diversification of higher education will provide a new vector of development of the system itself: its flexibility, availability, ability to respond to any changes in labor market conditions, etc. One of the promising areas of diversification of higher education is to create conditions for the networking of multi-level educational institutions in modern conditions can not only function, but also to develop productive educational organizations. The organizations, together in educational clusters, become a "growth points", which are starting to join and other organizations, resulting in a synergistic effect. Such a Union will give an impetus to development in the first place, throughout higher education in the region. The main market is the mechanism of the interaction of organizations located in the same area, and eventually networking organizations, geographically located far from each other.

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Zelenaya, L. G., & Utkina, A. N. (2016). Educational Cluster as a Promising Form of Diversification of the Regional High Schools in Modern Conditions. In F. Casati (Ed.), Lifelong Wellbeing in the World - WELLSO 2015, vol 7. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 477-482). Future Academy.