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27/09/2011
Natia Jokhadze, director of the National Curriculum Center under the Ministry of Education and Science and Development Agency of Georgia, and the founder of Alliance for Healthy and Safe School, Liana Siradze, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation. Irine Kurdadze, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia attended the meeting.
26/09/2011

The Georgian Language for Future Success Program has been launched. The aim of the project is to enhance the knowledge of Georgian language among the ethnic minorities living in Georgia. 

26/09/2011

The Georgian Language for Future Success Program has been launched. The aim of the project is to enhance the knowledge of Georgian language among ethnic minorities living in Georgia. 

25/09/2011
English language volunteer teachers, who work in Georgia through the program “Teach and Learn with Georgia,” visited the Kakheti region and took part in winemaking. Teachers from USA, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and countries of Europe picked grapes at the vineyard of the professional college “Aisi”. They then proceeded to prepare the first batch of wine of the season.
24/09/2011
The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation announced an international contest, named “Leonardo Da Vinci,” for schoolchildren–inventors. The aim of the contest is to promote creative thinking among schoolchildren and to interest them in technical innovations.
24/09/2011
School Resource Officers visited the Infants Boarding School and spent one day with infants. They gave different kinds of presents to infants and assisted the teachers in solving everyday problems.
23/09/2011
Minister Dimitri Shashkini, Public Ombudsman Giorgi Tughushi, and the UE Ambassador to Georgia, Philip Dimitrov, distributed awards to the winners of the contest “I am an Ombudsmen.” Tinatin Aslamazishvili and Tamar Nozadze, students of Tbilisi public school №112, took the first place;
22/09/2011
A Model Lesson was held for prospective mentor teachers in the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. First Deputy Minister Koka Sepherteladze and Director of the National Center for Teacher Professional Development, Gia Mamulashvili, observed the lessons proceedings.
21/09/2011
In the scope of his official visit to the US, Minister Dimitri Shashkini held a meeting with the Deputy Assistance Secretary of State for Education Affairs, Marianne Craven. Current developments in the Georgian education sector and programs for the enhancement of English Language Instruction, including the TLG program and English classes beginning in the first-class, were discussed during the meeting.
21/09/2011
Irine Kurdadze, deputy minister of Education and Science of Georgia, and Natia Jokhadze, director of National Curriculum Center, held a meeting with the heads of first classes.
21/09/2011
In order to strengthen instruction of the English language, English language cabinets will be opened in the schools of Georgia. Schoolchildren will be taught English by Georgian and native English-speaking teachers. The cabinets will be equipped with English language teaching materials, visual, and audio resources.
20/09/2011

The Minister of Education and Science, Dimitri Shashkini, paid an official visit to the United States.  In the frame of this visit, the Minister held meetings with the representatives of 31 leading higher educational institutions, including Georgia State University, Cornell University, Emory University, the University of Pittsburg, Florida International University, the University of District of Columbia, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Alabama.

20/09/2011
The Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation organized another international scientific conference. The conference was held in the National Center for Manuscripts over a 4 day period. The topics of the conference included: Georgian historical territories abroad; Georgian monasteries abroad; Georgian manuscripts; and archival heritage.
19/09/2011
First Deputy Minister Koka Sepherteladze and Governor of Kvemo Kartli David Kirkitadze visited a newly built school in the village of Karajala, Dmanisi municipality and presented the first graders with new Georgian language textbooks, as well as other learning materials.
17/09/2011

Ten Resource Officers, schoolchildren, and teachers of Tbilisi Public School №151 took part in activities to keep the environment clean. Resource Officers participate in such events to take care of the surrounding environment and keep it ecologically safe and healthy.


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