In this Dyscalculia quiz formulation, the emphasis in the division of competence in the implementation of the transferred powers between the executive authorities of different subjects was placed on the “location” (place of registration) of a legal entity engaged in educational activities.
Thus, in case of presence at the educational organization of the branches which are carrying out educational activity in territory of other subjects of the Russian Federation, the approach to a question of differentiation of the competence between enforcement authorities during action of the old Law of the Russian Federation on education and with coming into force of the new Federal law on education in the Russian Federation repeatedly changed in diametrically dyscalculia test opposite directions.
Thus, according to the previous Regulations on the licensing of educational activities, in the period from 2000 to 2009 for each branch of an educational institution a separate license was issued by the executive authority of the subject of the Russian Federation, on the territory of which the branch was located, and since 2009, the licensing of educational activities carried out in the branch, located on the territory of another subject, was carried out by another licensing authority: the authority to which the licensee belonged.
By analogy with licensing there have always been other powers transferred to the Russian Federation – state accreditation, quality control and supervision in the field of education.
The approach to the division of competence that has been developed since 2009 could be justified only if by analogy with the “Soviet educational system” there were only municipal and state educational organizations of the subjects of the Russian Federation, funded respectively from municipal and regional budgets and operating solely within the boundaries of these territories.
At the same time, in situations when some legal entities are registered in one constituent entity of the Russian Federation, and educational activities are carried out exclusively in another constituent entity of the Russian Federation (one or more, and some organizations have up to 80 branches located in almost all the constituent entities of the Russian Federation), questions arose – and to what extent such practice corresponds to the constitutional principles of the administrative-territorial structure of the Russian Federation, according to which the executive bodies of state power of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation may be condemned by the executive bodies of the Russian Federation.
At the same time, the system of competence differentiation that has been in force since 2009 in the implementation of the transferred powers in the sphere of education did not correspond not only to the new economic realities, but also to the already established legal practices (for example, the general licensing procedure for various types of activities carried out not within the territory of several subjects of the Russian Federation in situations where the licensing authority was the executive authorities of the subjects of the Russian Federation).
Thus, in accordance with the Federal Law on Licensing of Certain Types of Activity activities for which a license has been granted by the licensing authority of a subject of the Russian Federation may be carried out on the territories of other subjects of the Russian Federation provided that the licensee notifies the licensing authorities of the corresponding subjects of the Russian Federation in accordance with the procedure established by the Government of the Russian Federation.