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New "Growth Points" will open in the Amur Region
This year, the “Growth Point” educational centers will open in 42 schools in the Amur Region. They will be created as part of the national project "Education".
To open educational centers in schools, they repair rooms and purchase modern equipment. With the opening of Growth Points, students will receive additional education.
In Shimanovsk, the “Growth Point” will appear in school No. 2, in the urban type Progress - in schools No. 12 and No. 4, in Raichikhinsk - in schools No. 1 and No. 15, in Zavitinsk - in school No. 3. The first equipment has already arrived there: an electronic laser shooting range, 16 laptops and a woodworking machine.
Premises for educational centers have already been prepared in schools in the villages of Lokhvitsy and Vasilievka, Belogorsky district. Work on the creation of "Growth Points" also begins on the territory of the Blagoveshchensk district - in the villages of Sergeevka and Ust-Ivanovka. The same centers will appear this year in educational institutions of the urban-type village of Urusha and the city of Skovorodino, in the schools of the village of Vostochny and the village of Varvarovka.
In the Mikhailovsky district, “Growth Points” will be created on the basis of the Novochesnokovskaya and Chesnokovskaya schools, in the Konstantinovsky district - at the Novopetrovka and Klyuchi schools, in the Zeysky district - on the basis of the Ovsyankovskaya, Verkhnezeyskaya and Sosnoborovskaya schools.
In the Mazanovsky district, education centers for digital and humanitarian profiles will be opened on the basis of schools in the villages of Beloyarovo and Sapronovo, in the Svobodnensky district - one on the basis of the Sychevsky school, in the Magdachinsky district - on the basis of school No. 2 of the village of Magdagachi.
Last year, Growth Points opened in 26 rural schools. Pupils receive technological and humanitarian skills, including in the subjects "Technology", "Computer Science", "Fundamentals of Life Safety".