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The education system in Kamchatka is developing very dynamically - Livanov
The education system in Kamchatka is developing very dynamically, the Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Dmitry Livanov said at a meeting with journalists.
According to him, the education system in Kamchatka according to key indicators corresponds to the all-Russian level, and in some areas even ahead of it, the press service of the regional administration informs.
«We visited several schools and kindergartens. It is noticeable that the regional government pays special attention to the development of the education system, it is a prioritym ", - said Dmitry Livanov.
He also noted that during the trip, a number of problems that the region faces during the implementation of state and regional programs were discussed. Among them, in particular, he highlighted the high cost of building new buildings, as well as the need to increase the speed of the Internet for use in the educational program.
«We at the federal level will do everything possible to support the development of the regional education system of Kamchatka Krai", - noted Dmitry Livanov.
Summarizing the joint work, the Minister of Education and Science of the Kamchatka Territory Victoria Sivak told about those issues that will become priority for the solution in the near future.
«During the working visit of the Minister, we talked about the problems that are typical today for all regions of Russia. The issue of improving the state final certification for both 11 and 9 classes was discussed, they talked about the upcoming project to modernize regional general education systems", - said Victoria Sivak, stressing that a position was jointly developed for the implementation of these and other projects in the territory of the Kamchatka Territory.