Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2014, No.2, pp.133-149

"Education 2030" - call the education system. 2. Foresight of Education - change model of a childhood?

Mayer B. O. 1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation), Evzrezov D. V. 1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
1 Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

There are investigated the ontological, epistemological and axiological features of foresight «Education 2030». Methodology of the research is based on the semantic and contextual analysis of materials speeches and presentations by the authors of this project – Director Destinations «Young Professionals» Agency for Strategic Initiatives to promote new projects D. Peskov and director of educational programs at the Department of Corporate Education Moscow School of Management Skolkovo.
Argues that education is a market service, and education market by its own laws does not differ from other markets. Thus, market fundamentalism promoted educational rationale for the transition from an industrial (state) education to postindustrial education (liberal-market).
Foresight "Education 2030" is positioned as a global project in the first place, online distance learning, in which a high probability of loss of "educational sovereignty of Russia". It is concluded that the logical structure of this foresight and its rationale are typical features of "cargo – a cult".


foresight, planning the future, education, futurology, globalization, epistemology.

For citation:

Evzrezov D. V., Mayer B. O. “Education 2030” – call the education system 2. Foresight of education – change model of a childhood? Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2014, no. 2, pp. 133–149. DOI:


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Date of the publication 21.04.2014