Abstract: the last years of the development of the Russian pedagogical community have been marked by a high level of refusal of young teachers working in accordance with the qualifications obtained. The transition of the country to the rails of the Bologna Agreements – a multi-level system of training: from bachelors, masters to personnel of the highest professional category (postgraduate study and adjuncture) narrowed the range of values of specialists. In the pedagogical labor market, representatives of the pre-reform and new schools find it difficult to get along. The competence model of a graduate of a professional educational institution requires him to form professional functions already at the exit and full readiness for activity. The difficulty of social and psychological adaptation of the teacher to the new conditions of the FSES is not only the lack of fixed personal qualities that ensure success in the profession, but also the need for close interaction with colleagues and the administration, who were not trained in the FSES mode, but received different levels of education, many more Soviet period of development of society. The difficulty of the socio-psychological adaptation of the teacher to the new conditions of the FSES is also in the presence of clear ideas of the graduate of higher education in the ways and methods of implementing the new program. There are no clear recommendations on the use of psychological correctional cards for the development of a student at a pedagogical university. There are no generally accepted methodological programs for the study of areas at risk of failure of adaptation. The authors attempted to analyze the concepts of socio-psychological adaptation and socio-psychological adaptation, offered tools for their diagnosis.
Keywords: socio-psychological adaptation, young teacher, new conditions of school education, federal state educational standard (FSES), methods, techniques, professionally important personal qualities (PIPQ), social conditions, psychological readiness, “problem zone”, “personal boundaries space”, zone of socio-psychological problems, personality