The Russian Prime Minister Medvedev D. A. tried to convince to pay attention to the problem of education in the Russian educational institutions of children forcibly displaced from the territory of Ukraine.
"The regional authorities for them (children from Ukraine) book their space in educational institutions ", - said Medvedev, BelTA news Agency.
at the same time the Prime Minister said that " the vast number of schools For the new school year ready: Yes equipment, equipment, school buses, access To the Internet, in terms of educational institutions have established rules for inclusive education, the purchase of textbooks." The Prime Minister has made the initiative to discuss separately the issue of readiness of schools in those regions who are faced with obstructions, such as wildfires or floods. Medvedev said that the government is systematically working to improve the education sector. For example, according to his statement, the draft of the program on creation of new places in educational institutions by 2025." it will take a considerable investment of about 3 trillion rubles, " He said, explaining that these funds will be allocated for ten years. In the end, must be established 6. 5 million additional seats in educational institutions, and these institutions will be required to work in one shift. Now, According to Medvedev, a quarter of Russian schools work in two or 3 shifts. Medvedev also recalled that a similar program was implemented in the system of preschool education." for the last 3 years in the preschool education system was created more than 1 million additional seats 340 thousand is Expected to achieve In the current year, " He said." By 2016 we hope that will be finally resolved all of the problems in this area exist, " added the Prime Minister. For his part, the Minister of education and science Dmitry Livanov at the meeting on the readiness of the education system For the new school year said that the reduction in the number of schools in the cities of Russia not to affect the quality of education, rural schools must be maintained. He also said that the deterioration of school buildings remains an acute problem.