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28/03/2012
The Minister met with the students who have been registered for the students’ summer employment program “Summer Jobs”. The Minister discussed with them the goals of the program, which was initiated by the President of Georgia.
28/03/2012
For the Unified National Exams this year, 73% of entrants registered to take a foreign language exam in the English language, 17% in Russian, 7% German, and 3% in French.
27/03/2012
The Minister, Dimitri Shashkini talked about the reforms implemented and the main priorities of 2012 at anti crisis council’s session. “The reforms are being implemented successfully, increasing an access to education, enhancement of the quality of education, development of the demanding professions and modern learning facilities are our main priorities”, - highlighted the Minister.
27/03/2012
Online registration for teacher certification, unified national, high school, and master’s (GRE) exams are over. 41,000 persons registered for the teacher certification exams; this is twice as much as the previous year.
27/03/2012
"Democracy Starts with You!“ held the second South Caucasus Youth Parliament. Students from Armenia and Georgia voted on a joint declaration that they will present to the European Parliament in Brussels.
26/03/2012
Brazilian Senator Cristovam Buarque is paying a visit to Georgia. In the scope of the visit, the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia hosted the Brazilian Senator and introduced him to Georgia’s current education reforms.
26/03/2012
e-Catalog of the educational institutions ( public schools) was developed by the Ministry. The catalog collects information about the public schools throughout Georgia.
25/03/2012
Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitri Shashkini visited Kutaisi Zurab Zhvania School of Public Administration and met Armenian language public school principals of the Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe Javakheti regions.
24/03/2012
Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitri Shashkini visiter Kutaisi Information Center and personally granted 1000 GEL vouchers to several applicants who are starting their vocational education.
23/03/2012
The Minister, Dimitri Shashkini,  together with the governor of Imereti, Lasha Makatsaria, and the Director of the National Center for Teacher Professional Development, Gia Mamulashvili, opened a new Teacher’s House in Kutaisi.
23/03/2012
The registration of potential students of vocational education institutions continues. Today, First Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Koka Sepherteladze and Minister of Health and Labor Zurab Tchiaberashvili visited vocational college “Ikarosi” and personally granted vouchers to brothers Davit and Konstantine from socially vulnerable family.
22/03/2012
Students of Tbilisi Classical Gymnasium attended a public lecture delivered by chair of the Supreme Court and presentation of the online game “Court” as a part of the Civic Education Development program.
22/03/2012
The National Democratic Institute has conducted research in Georgia, which found that 46% of the Georgian population thinks that the level of education in the country has increased. 71% of the respondents consider that questions of education are actively discussed by politicians.
22/03/2012
Higher educational institutions of Georgia have joined the Anti-Drug Campaign. Today, the student-government of Georgian Technical University (GTU) held the campaign “Sport vs Drugs” in the yard of administrative building of GTU.
22/03/2012
Starting in the new academic year, a new Physica-Mathematical school will be opened in Telavi. The school will start operation on the basis of the fully rehabilitated Telavi Public School #3.

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