The Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Mr. Dimitri Shashkini, introduced a strategic plan of 2012 to members of the Georgian government. The presentation covered all levels of the education sector.
The principals of Azeri schools are now attending Georgian Language trainings in the Zhvania School of Public Administration in Kutaisi. Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Mr. Koka Seferteladze, attended one such intensive training course.
First Deputy Minister, Koka Sepherteladze opened a new educational institution in the village of Akhuti. In total, 150 schoolchildren will study in the new school of Akhuti village, Chkhorotsku district. Classrooms, sport hall, library and IT room have been renovated in compliance with international standards. All first graders got the netbooks as gifts from the President of Georgia.
Resource Officers visited Gori Clinic and spent one day with children diagnosed with cerebral palsy. As part of the event, Resource Officers presented the children with sweets and other gifts.
7 twelfth graders of the Tbilisi №202 School for Blind and Visually Impaired Children will spend two weeks in London. The Minister Dimitri Shashkini made this decision while visiting the school on the International Day of People with Disabilities.