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A start. The first Kherson school passed the Russian accreditation

The Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Sergey Kravtsov and the head of the administration of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo present a certificate to a student of school No. 48.

The Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Sergey Kravtsov and the head of the administration of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo present a certificate to a student of school No. 48.

There is a holiday in Kherson school No. 48. She was the first in the region to pass the Russian accreditation at the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation. The school was solemnly presented with a certificate of an important procedure passed, and the graduates were given Russian-style certificates. The ceremony was attended by the Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Sergey Kravtsov, the head of the administration of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo (they are presenting a certificate to a school student in the photo), the mayor of the city Alexander Kobets and the head of the regional department of education Tatyana Kuzmich.

OPEN DOORS AND BIG PLANS

The certificate of accreditation in the Russian Federation will completely change the life of not only the school staff, but also thousands of its students. Sergey Kravtsov talked to the graduates and gave them parting words.

– All doors are open for you, you have chances to achieve big goals. For our part, we will do everything to ensure that you are provided with the necessary and that everything works out for you. I want to say that we may introduce a course on the history of our native land, about Kherson and the Zaporozhye region. This is a history rich in feats and great people, such a course will be necessary for schoolchildren. We will write it together with the teachers and all the children who wish, – Kravtsov smiled.

Following the minister, the head of the administration of the Kherson region Volodymyr Saldo took the floor. He noted that now high school students of all secondary educational institutions of Kherson will be able to receive Russian-style certificates. This is the right and opportunity of the guys, so the final choice of the document will remain with them.

Vladimir Saldo at the same time delighted graduates and their parents with news about Russian universities. Children from Kherson are ready to be admitted to the leading Russian universities for state-funded places. More children than mothers and fathers were delighted with this news – they vied with each other that they wanted to study in Russia. All those present sympathetically shared their worries about plans for higher education.

– All decisions concerning the possibility of continuing education in the universities of the Russian Federation have been made. The government of the Russian Federation gave us a shoulder, we were accepted into a large, friendly and native family. There are universities and budget places, you can do it. But, please, return to Kherson, – Saldo addressed the students.

Trained young professionals will be expected at home with accumulated knowledge and new professional skills. Time will tell how young people will apply them in their hometown.

LONG MEMORY GIFTS

Fresh Russian certificates were handed over to eight students that day. Several children who distinguished themselves with special success were awarded gold medals and a trip to the legendary Artek, an international children’s center in Crimea. In total, 60 children from the liberated territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions received vouchers to the camp. The guys have already arrived for the thematic shift “Artek Gathers Friends”, they are waiting for master classes, excursions, creative and sports activities and, of course, special squad programs. The children were assigned to different groups so that they could communicate with their peers from Russia and other countries.

Another 61 children will go to the Nakhimov Naval School. There, cultural and educational programs were prepared for the children.

A few days earlier, Sergey Kravtsov presented the same certificates to graduates of Energodar in the Zaporozhye region. The minister assured the children that soon Russia would accredit Melitopol State University, which was in demand among yesterday’s schoolchildren. Energodar schools and colleges are preparing to go through the same procedure.

They did not leave the school without Russian gifts either – books and educational literature were handed over to the institutions, according to which Zaporozhye and Kherson children will now study. Some of the books will also go to regional school libraries.

An impressive number of books for schools and kindergartens in Kherson, Mariupol, Melitopol, Donbass in Russia were collected at the charity event “Books for Donbass”. The whole country shared the first books for kids, teenage literature, books from the school curriculum and classics with the regions.

AND AT THIS TIME

As Tatyana Kuzmich, head of the Kherson Department of Education, noted, schools and kindergartens in the region will start working by September 1. By the way, Kuzmich spoke about her intentions to integrate into the Russian education system back in the spring. The plan was to join the Russian standards of education, but at the same time preserve the most successful local educational traditions. The Ukrainian language and Ukrainian literature remained in the school work plans, but professional teachers are now working on adjusting the subjects. Tatyana Kuzmich noted that the schools of the Kherson region will embark on the path of returning domestic ways of education and will abandon the Bologna system.

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