The educational process of children in the eastern regions should be as competitive as in central or western regions of the country, as well as in Eastern Europe. These children are the future of Ukraine as an independent European state. This was stated by Vice Prime Minister/ Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko in the course of the opening the reconstructed hub school in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk region.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, Vice Prime Minister/ Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko, Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Lilia Hrynevych took part in the opening of three drastically reconstructed schools in Pokrovsk, Druzhkivka, Chasiv Yar, Donetsk region.
«It is vitally important for us that children from small towns in the east of the country receive a good education and in the future will be able to get 200 points at external independent evaluation on an equal footing with their peers from large cities. Today, we are shaping a new educational system in the communities, it is also includes purchasing new school buses, constructing and repairing of roads repaired roads, technical equipping of schools and building sports facilities. These are new approaches to the creation of the new educational system, which should become a real communicative platform for children throughout the amalgamated community», he emphasized.
Hennadii Zubko stressed that the school in Chasiv Yar was reconstructed using the funds of the regional budget. In particular, the modernization of the material and technical base, improvement of the territory interior and exterior decoration of the buildings, repair of the roof and floor, replacement of pipelines and heating devices, external and internal networks of water supply and canalization, heating and ventilation, electricity and lighting.
Chasiv Yar І-ІІІ degree general secondary school № 17 was built in 1966. 456 pupils are studying here (among them internally displaced children, children with disabilities, kids from large families).