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In Kamchatka, summed up the first year of the new Federal Law "On Education in the Russian Federation"

Participants of the round table "Education in the Kamchatka Territory: Development Directions, Opportunities and Prospects" reviewed the results of the first year of implementation in the region of the new Federal Law "On Education in the Russian Federation". This was reported by the press service of the administration of the Kamchatka Territory.

The Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin, the Vice-Governor Irina Untilova, the Minister of Education and Science of the Territory Victoria Sivak, as well as the heads of general education organizations, additional education organizations, professional educational organizations of the Kamchatka Territory, heads of educational organizations of higher education took part in the round table.

The participants pointed out that despite the positive trends in the development of education infrastructure, there is a shortage of teachers in the region. “It is necessary to create conditions both in the education system and in our region as a whole so that school and university graduates prefer to stay in Kamchatka,” said Viktoria Sivak, Minister of Education and Science of the Kamchatka Territory.

A shortage of personnel is also observed in the preschool education system - there are not enough teachers for kindergartens. To solve this problem, the state order will be increased for the Kamchatka Pedagogical College, where 5 teachers will be trained in the next 400 years.

"Based on the results of the meeting, a list of instructions from the governor of the Kamchatka Territory will be formed, which will touch on financial issues and issues related to the development of vocational guidance programs for students in schools," the message says.

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