The Ministry of Education and Science and the BRDO Office will work together to create conditions for developing a market of educational technologies and services. As part of the signed Memorandum of Cooperation, the BRDO will help the Ministry to develop new rules for the market of electronic educational content and implement its effective regulation.
In particular, the BRDO will join in the creation of a National Educational e-Platform. BRDO experts together with the specialists of the Ministry of Education and the Institute of Educational Content Modernization are already developing a regulatory framework that will provide a basis for the e-platform, which will accumulate modern educational content in digital format.
“The state should clearly formulate its digital education policy, and our goal is to help the Ministry of Education with that. It is obvious that it is impossible to implement such a policy effectively without creating a market for the production of educational technologies, so we hope to work together in creating a regulatory framework to stimulate its development” the Head of the Better Regulation Delivery Office Oleksiy Honcharuk said.
We also remind that in February, the Ministry of Education submitted two conceptual documents – the draft Order “On Approval of the Regulation on Electronic Textbooks” and the draft Resolution of the CMU “On the National Electronic Platform” – for public discussion.
Public consultations on the development of e-platform specifications and requirements will be launched with the involvement of IT market experts soon.