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Education can bring resource-type regions to sustainable development. However, education receives very little scientific attention as an object of strategizing. The existing definitions and descriptions of education do not quite correspond to the general theory of socio-economic systems. The science of strategizing needs a new theoretical and terminological analysis of this concept. This research relies on the general theory of strategy and the methodology of strategizing developed by Professor V. L. Kvint, e.g., the structural-system analysis and the logical methodology for definitions. It covers the existing approaches to the definition of the concept and structure of education systems published in the Russian Science Citation Index. Based on the general theory of systems, the authors developed the following definition for the education system in a resource-type region: it is a complex of individuals, organizations, and institutions linked by pedagogical, psychological, organizational, and socio-economic relations regarding and aimed at developing human capital for the sustainable inclusive development of people, businesses, resource regions, and post-extractivist practices. This definition includes not only elements, but also relationships within the system and its purpose. The article introduces a conceptual scheme of a holistic strategy for the development of the education system in a resource-type region. The scheme makes it possible to strategize all elements, from education to tailored strategies for students and academics. The research results can be used by universities, regional authorities, and education management to strategize the development of education in resource-type regions.

education system, resource-type region, object of strategizing, systemic approach, strategizing methodology, theory of strategy, competencies, human capital
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