The transition period For graduates of schools of Crimea And Sevastopol, during which They have the opportunity not to pass the Unified state examination (use), has the ability to be extended beyond 2015, told reporters on the first day of the week the Minister Dmitry Livanov.
Since 2009 the exam in the Russian Federation is at the same time a final exam in a school setting And entrance examination to the University. Mandatory For school leavers are exams in Russian language And mathematics, other subjects students pass. For Crimea And Sevastopol in 2014-2015 was introduced Transitional period, during which the exam is not required For graduates of schools of these areas. They have the opportunity to take the exam at will.
"We are currently examining campaign spend, look at the statistics, We Also wish to test students in Crimea is not only after the 11th grade, but after the 7th, the 9th grade. And if the actual level of training in the 10th class will be insufficient, and to them a year to pass the exam, We extend itself to this benefit, " said Livanov.
He explained that students who were trained during all previous years of the Russian programs, such as the Russian language, it will be difficult to prepare for passing the exam. The conclusion about the possibility of extending the transition period, According to the Minister, will be taken in the summer of 2015.
Sevastopol And the Crimea became the Russian regions after the referendum in which an overwhelming number of voters (96, 77%) with a turnout of 83, 1% were in favour of reunification With Russia. The corresponding agreement was signed on 18 March, then it was approved by the State Duma And the Federation Council. They Also adopted the Federal constitutional law on education of 2 new regions of the Russian Federation - Republic of Crimea And cities of Federal significance Sevastopol. The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed both documents. Also before Putin said that the referendum in Crimea corresponds to the norms of international law And the UN Charter. Ukraine considers the Crimea her, but at the time occupied territory.