The Ministry of Education and Science held a presentation of the new web site” www.blogger.ge. The site was launched as a part of the “Blogger’s House” concept that aims at raising awareness on using internet for educational purpose.
Students registered in Summer Job program, should sign a labor agreement
with their employers from April 5 till May 15. Students should bring
with themselves their ID cards. In case of any kind of problems,
students should contact the program administration staff on email@example.com.
School student-inventors international contest “Leonardo Da Vinci 2012” is getting started. First Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Koka Sepherteladze and General Director of Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation Sulkhan Sisauri held a briefing for the press and introduced the program and conditions of the contest.
Austrian teachers visited TPDC
to get acquainted with implemented reforms in the education system of Georgia. The
first deputy minister, Koka Seperteladze, welcomed the guests and introduced them
to the on-going and future reforms in the education sector.
41,000 teachers will take certification examinations in 2012. This number
has doubled since last year. All subject teachers, without exception, have the opportunity to take certification exams in the English language and computer skills.
1st graders online registration has started. From April 2 through April 17, registration will only be held for 1st graders registering at the schools where their siblings study or parents work. From April 17 till April 17, registration will be accessible at other schools.
Teacher’s House hosted the conference - “From Shakespeare to Dickens”, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens. The conference was led by British linguists and experts of McMillan Publishing, Luke Prodromo and David Gibson.
Voucher based financing started beginning on March 19. Volunteers willing to acquire vocational education will be granted with 1000GEL vouchers and the opportunity to study at their preferred educational institutions. Students from socially vulnerable families have already started to register.
The number of Armenian and Azeri entrants registered for the National Unified Exams has increased since last year. Most of the Azeri and Armenian entrants decided to continue their study in the new program.