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Analysis of the impact of the introduced restrictions caused by the new COVID-19 infection in the field of education on the results of the unified state exam in various constituent entities of the Russian Federation
Department 101 “Design and Certification Aviation Technology”, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), 4, Volokolamskoe shosse, Moscow, 125993, Russia
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Since the end of 2019, all countries of the world have faced a rapidly increasing level of disease caused by the new coronavirus infection COVID-19, which in turn has led to the introduction of a number of restrictions in various areas of life. Educational institutions in many countries were forced to transfer students to a remote mode of work, for which both sides were not ready. The difficulty of a quick transition to a distance learning mode was primarily associated with a number of technical limitations, since not every educational institution had the proper material and technical support, just like not every student had the opportunity to use electronic resources. The resulting situation temporarily made it impossible to carry out the educational process. As technical and other problems were solved, educational organizations sought to bridge the gap in the quality of distance and face-to-face training. This article provides statistical data on the results of the unified state exam in mathematics in various regions of Russia and analyzes the results of the exam.
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