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  • Volodymyr Groysman: Ukrainian schools should use digital technologies
    posted 01 September 2017 15:27

    The Ukrainian school, which switches to the new standards of learning, is due to become digital and to have access to modern technologies to the full extent. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during communication with high school seniors of the teaching and educational complex "Erudyt" in Kyiv.

    «We are planning the sum worth UAH 1 billion to modernize programs of the first and fourth grades in the draft state budget. I would like pupils of the first and fourth grades to be equipped with interactive blackboards, tablets and all the necessary components for modern learning. Starting from the next year, this is our task to be kicked off. I believe that the Ukrainian school should become digital. Technologies need to be embedded in the educational process, because the world is changing, and this digital environment should be available even from the kindergarten», the Prime Minister accentuated.

    Volodymyr Groysman recalled that the Cabinet of Ministers conducts negotiations with the governments of the partner countries in order to purchase a modern educational product, adapted as much as possible to the conditions and requirements of the Ukrainian school.