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The research featured the current state of education taking into account the specifics of national features of the implementation of a particular model. The study focused on specific characteristics of education at the beginning of the XXI century and integration of various educational models. The research objective was to identify and theoretically justify the prospects of development and the implementation risks for modern models of education in the world, as well as to prove the effectiveness of the national educational system. The paper describes the features of modern education, including the interaction of numerous local educational environments. The authors studied the mutual use of specific features of innovative environments of one country in the educational space of other countries. The paper contains a list of generalized characteristics peculiar to the educational systems of different countries, e.g. transformability, modelability, openness, adaptability, etc. The study made it possible to define directions of development of the education system in the world educational environment. The authors considered the advantages and disadvantages of each system. They highlighted some models of training that owe their efficiency to certain features. The paper also introduces the problem of development and implementation of the national model of education. A retrospective analysis made it possible to define the features of the formation of the national model at different historical stages, as well as the risks of formation. The article introduces guidelines for the construction of the Russian national model and gives practical recommendations aimed at building the national model of education.

education, modeling, model elements, transformation options, implementation risks
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