Kravtsov called the timing of the introduction of the Unified State Examination in the territories of Ukraine occupied by Russia
In the Russian-controlled territories of Ukraine, the mandatory USE will not be introduced immediately. The Ministry of Education has provided for a transitional period of five years, when the choice of the type of final exams will be up to students and their parents .webp 673w” type=”image/webp” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
United the state exam (USE) will become mandatory for schoolchildren in the territories of Ukraine occupied by Russian troops in five years. About this on the air of the TV channel “Russia 24” said Minister of Education Sergei Kravtsov.
“We have already made a decision regarding the Unified State Examination. We discussed for a long time that we are giving a transitional period, that within five years, when the guys can voluntarily choose to pass the state exam, and after five years already introduce the Unified State Exam as a mandatory one, — he said (quote from TASS).
At the end of June, Kravtsov announced that the United Russia party and the Ministry of Education will prepare schools in the Donbass and in the territories occupied by Russian troops by September 1.
“The teachers spoke about this at my meeting in Melitopol, Berdyansk and Donetsk. Today we have resolved this issue: until September 1, schools will be provided with appropriate textbooks. We will also do our best to open schools and start the educational process. Children want to learn Russian, — then the minister said.
One of the main tasks in preparation for the new academic year, according to Kravtsov, is the training of new teachers and the improvement of teachers' qualifications. “We have already trained and retrained several thousand teachers. Very close coordination is essential here. I thank everyone, they worked with the Ministry of Education, & mdash; Kravtsov said. He clarified that one of the training centers operates in Rostov, and the other— in Crimea.
The press service of the ministry told RBC that the department is conducting “large-scale continuous work” to support education systems in the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, as well as in other territories where there is an “urgent need” for this.
The Ministry of Education indicated that it supplies textbooks to the Donbass, and also provides “assistance in wide range of educational needs.
As explained in the ministry, this is due to the fact that “the state of many schools” in the DNR and LNR “distinctly speaks of the complete absence of any support in recent years from the Ukrainian regime.” In order for the education systems in the republics to “may function”, the department introduces “extensive programs for the training and advanced training of teachers”, and also helps to introduce “high-quality Russian standards” into the educational process.
This work is supported by “leading expert organizations,” the department said, without naming these organizations. “Many courses are held remotely, but with maximum immersion in practical activities,” — emphasized in the Ministry of Education.
Before that, Kommersant said that teachers and methodologists of schools in some Russian regions are planned to be sent on business trips to the Donbass. According to the newspaper, teachers are offered a double salary for business trips.
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