In three-four years there will be twice less students, than now in Russia, the Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Andrey Fursenko considers. "It is connected with demography, it varies catastrophically to the worst. In three-four years there will be twice less students, than now in the country", - he said in the interview to radio station "Echo of Moscow". Under his forecast, by 2012 the quantity of graduates of schools in Russia can be reduced to 700 thousand against 1,3 million graduates in 2006. "It is very difficult to find strong children and to provide entrance of due quantity into high schools, - the minister says. - There are no students - there is no work for teachers".