Scientific Advisory Council at Education and Science Committee Discussing Future Plans and Recommendations

22 Jul 2021
Scientific Advisory Council at Education and Science Committee Discussing Future Plans and Recommendations

The Scientific-Advisory Council on General, Non-Formal, and Preschool Education held a two-day working meeting to review the National Curriculum's requirements, international experience, school authorization, and the system's issues. They also discussed reform-oriented textbooks, parental involvement, digital resources, teacher professional development, and school culture development.

The First Deputy Minister of Education and Science, Ekaterine Dgebuadze, introduced the 2022-2032 strategy of the Ministry to the participants and expanded on the general education reform and directions, the goals of which are - equal access, quality education, good governance. Today's meeting focused on future plans and recommendations.

In her concluding remarks, the Chairperson of the Scientific Advisory Council, Tamar Taliashvili, emphasized the importance and need for education in the development of modern society.

"We need to see education in the ecosystem. By this we mean the education of the whole society. The community unites around the school, because the local community develops through the school”.

The field meeting in Kachreti is held with the support of the European Union and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

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  • Scientific Advisory Council at Education and Science Committee Discussing Future Plans and Recommendations, July 22, 2021
  • Scientific Advisory Council at Education and Science Committee Discussing Future Plans and Recommendations, July 22, 2021
  • Scientific Advisory Council at Education and Science Committee Discussing Future Plans and Recommendations, July 22, 2021