The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia has launched a new project “School Accessibility”. The aim of the program is to provide schools with buses for those pupils who have to walk long distances to reach schools.
Today, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Aluda Goglichidze together with MP Davit Lortkipanidze visited a public school in the vlg. Makelefoni, Vani Municipality.
The contest is announced in several regions of Georgia. For detailed information please see the attached file in Georgian language containing job description for the position.
Special commission at the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia investigating cases of staff members of public schools and resource centers dismissed on political grounds. The Ministry would like to inform the public that deadline for submission of written notices is January 14, 2013. Submission will not be possible from January 15, 2013.
First on-line encyclopedia on Georgian manuscript culture was created. Presentation of the project was held at National Center of Manuscripts. The Encyclopedia about Georgian manuscript traditions can be found on the following web-page: www.georgica.ac.ge
Financing allocated for student grants for the year 2013 has increased. The abovementioned change has made it possible for the students to take full BA courses (4 years) in 14 specialities at state higher education institutions. Deputy Minister Davit Zurabishvili held a briefing on the topic.
Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Ketevan Natriashvili awarded students of EMIS (Education Management Information System) vocational education institution with certificates and prizes.