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Problem and goal. In recent years, attempts have been made in Russia to increase the accessibility of higher education for persons with disabilities (EHS). Nevertheless, the creation of an effective system of inclusive education faces many serious challenges. Methodology. The key barriers to higher education in four aspects of the educational process are analyzed: the General structure of training, teaching methods, individual work with students, as well as evaluation. To overcome these barriers, it is proposed to use special technical and organizational solutions. Results. A General conclusion is made about the need to develop standards for inclusive education, taking into account the diversity of types of public health services, the need to use special information technologies and the involvement of students in the design of the educational environment. Conclusion. The design of an inclusive educational environment assumes that students are the most competent and interested participants in the educational process, better understanding of both their needs and the effectiveness of various information and communication technologies (ICT) used in learning.

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Alexander Anatolyevich Beloglazov

Moscow state University of Humanities and Economics

Author for correspondence.

Candidate of Technical Sciences, associate Professor of the Department of applied mathematics and Informatics in the fields of the faculty of applied mathematics and Informatics, Moscow state University of Humanities and Economics.

49, Losinoostrovskaya str., Moscow, 107150, Russian Federation

Lilia Borisovna Beloglazova

Russian Peoples’ Friendship University


candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of Russian of the Russian Peoples’ Friendship University

10/3, Miklukho-Maklaya str., Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation

Irina Alexandrovna Beloglazova

Center of automation


assistant-translator of the Moscow automation Center

25/5, Lokomotivnyj proezd, Moscow, 127238, Russian Federation


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