The author points out the advantages of the Socialist school, which are to be seen in its humanistic content based on the teachings of Marxism-Leninism, and in its democratic organization. As regards the relationship between the educational content and the didactic technology, he points out that the new quality of the Socialist school consists in an organic connection of content and form, of ideology and technology. From this point of view he pays attention to the basic didactic technology, showing the merits as well as the drawbacks of its use at school, and reflects upon its further development also from the point of view of international socialist co-operation, which he considers essential both from the pedagogical and from the economic point of view, because purposeful division of labour must necessarily lead to a higher quality of teaching aids and, at the same time, to lower production costs. Basically, didactic technology is not something belonging to the field of national characteristics, it is for the most part, by its very nature, nationally neutral. Therefore there is nothing to prevent us from gradually passing on to the international division of labour and assign to each socialist country the production of certain teaching aids for the Socialist community as a whole. Such co-operation will be a guarantee that our Socialist school will come out of the world competition with honour, as the most progressive and most efficient school.