• Abstract

    The article examined the logistics of pedagogical innovations, representing a mechanism for managing an educational holding that is relevant in the conditions of a postindustrial society in the totality of the conceptual provisions and empirical data that substantiate it. A theoretical justification for the cluster approach in education is given. The concepts of “educational clusters” and levels of clustering have been clarified and are meaningfully determined by educational competencies, educational programs, educational organization and territorial educational clusters. Pedagogical innovations have been substantiated as an essential characteristic of educational clusters, and their typology has been developed based on the cluster approach in education.

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Akimova , O., Kharkivska , A., Odarchenko , V., Khmil , N., & Brilliantov, A. (2024). The paradigm of pedagogical innovation as a factor in the development of high-quality education. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6, 2023spe005. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023spe005
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