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"Zemsky teachers" for 40 schools were selected in the Amur region
The second stage of the federal program “Zemsky Teacher” was completed in the Amur Region. There they compiled a rating of teachers who apply for work in schools in the region and for two million rubles.
The priority in the selection was given to teachers with a higher category, the presence of additional specialties, the ability to conduct extracurricular activities. The regional Ministry of Education and Science will publish the order on approval of the list of winners by June 15. If the teacher from the rating refuses the place, he will be offered to the next participant in the competitive selection.
Educators must conclude an employment agreement by August 20. Teacher’s money will be received in December. However, they will not be able to participate in the program anymore. In addition to money, they will be provided with housing - 70% of settlements are ready to provide such support.
For 47 vacancies in 40 settlements, the region received about one thousand applications from teachers in 56 regions of Russia. Most of the applicants are women over 40 with work experience of about 20 years. Most have the first or highest qualification category, and there are candidates of science.
There were no applications for the vacancy of an English teacher in the Novogeorgiev school, so a separate competitive selection will be held on it. Teachers who submitted documents to other schools, but did not become winners, can apply for this place.
In the Amur Region, the Zemsky Teacher project 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, about 47 million rubles will be spent on attracting 80 teachers. Teachers will have to work at school for at least five years.