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Pupils will be able to prematurely complete their education in Primorye

Pupils will be able to prematurely complete their education in Primorye
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Pupils in the Primorsky Territory will be able to prematurely complete the current school year. The regional education ministry recalled that the school administration can set the dates for the start of the holidays on their own.

According to the press service of the Government of Primorye, according to the recommendations of the Ministry, for students from grades one to eight, certification should be carried out according to the results of completed quarters, taking into account current grades in April and May.

Pupils of the ninth grades are invited to certify until May 22 according to the results of completed quarters, given the current grades in all subjects except the Russian language, algebra and geometry. In these three disciplines, results must be set before May 29.

Certification of tenth graders should be carried out in all disciplines until May 29.

As for graduates of 11 classes, they are recommended to conduct certification on the results of completed quarters, taking into account the current grades in April and May. This does not apply to the Russian language, mathematics and subjects that are selected for delivery in the form of the exam.

Consultations on the exam will begin in schools from May 12.

Earlier, the Ministry of Education of Russia allowed to transfer part of the general education program to the next academic year. The leadership of each region will be able to take advantage of this in agreement with the government of the Russian Federation.
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