The advantages of the innovative management of the professional development system in public education sphere
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In this article, there were studied innovation management and coordination of the system or training pedagogical staff, especially the world experience of applying online education to the above-mentioned system. Besides, there were also described opportunities of economizing on state finance and other several advantages of applying online education for training pedagogical staff working in the Public education system.
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