The article shows the importance of traditions and innovations to ensure the educational security of the state in the context of digital technology development, integration of world production, and the unification of legislation. The authors present the research technology to address this problem based on a complex of sociological methods as well as substantiate the methodology of studying education as an open system in which traditions are being destroyed. The article reveals possible threats, dangers, objectivity, and subjectivity of the conflict between traditions and innovations, as well as explains the need for the organization of strategic management of the main social institutions to minimize conflicted relations. The authors reveal the main shortcomings of the higher education management system, which do not allow implementing the best practices of the Bologna Process. The authors prove the necessity to preserve national traditions and introduce at the same time innovations, as well as the ways to improve prevention of conflicts between innovations and traditions in the domestic higher school.
Volume 12 | 03-Special Issue