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More than 900 teachers want to become "Zemsky teachers" in the Amur region
Acceptance of documents for the contest "Zemsky teacher" ends in the Amur region. More than 900 applications and 192 documents were submitted to work in rural schools in the region. Teachers from the regions of the Far East, St. Petersburg, Altai and Krasnodar Territories, and the Ulyanovsk Region want to work in the Amur Region.
The most popular vacancies were the rates for primary school teachers in the village of Markovo - 21 applicants, the rates for teachers of physical education and primary classes in school No. 3 of the village of Novobureysky - 16 and 15 applicants, respectively. So far, vacancies for mathematics teachers at the school of Innokentyevka village, mathematics teachers at school No. 2 of Magdagachi village and English teachers at the school of Novogeorgievka village have remained without applications.
Documents for participation in the competition in the Amur Region are accepted until April 15 at the Amur Regional Institute for the Development of Education. Teachers are expected in 40 settlements, teachers with a higher category, the availability of additional specialties, and the ability to conduct extracurricular activities will receive priority in the selection. In addition to visitors from non-eastern regions, preferences will also be given to young teachers.
By May, the rating of applicants will be ready, the leaders will have to conclude an employment agreement by August 20. After that, teachers will receive two million rubles each and office housing, 70% of the settlements are ready to provide such support.
The Zemsky Teacher project itself will last three years, during which time about 212 million rubles from the federal budget and about 40 million from the regional will be spent on it. This year, in the Amur Region, about 47 million rubles will be spent on attracting 80 teachers. Winners of the selection will have to work at school for at least five years.