Changes in education sphere enable every child to fulfill potential, says Prime Minister at a meeting with young inventors
Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 11 October 2018 11:11

The changes being introduced by the Government in the education system, especially new educational standards, are designed to reach the key goal- to provide each child with the opportunity to unlock their potential amid new knowledge, new competencies and technologies. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during a meeting with schoolchildren - inventors engaged in robotics. Among the attendees of the meeting held at the UNIT.City innovation park were the developers of social humanoid robot Sophia.

While talking to the schoolchildren and manufactures of the lifelike robot Sofia, the Head of Government noted that each technology is created by people. And the task of the state - to give the opportunity to receive the necessary education and to develop the most bold technological ideas, which 15-20 years ago existed only in the cinema.

"There comes a time for new technologies, new knowledge and new skills", the Prime Minister stressed. "And our task is to give opportunity to every kid to unleash the potential at the new Ukrainian School. The children should go to school with pleasure and encouragement".

The Head of Government stressed that many Ukrainian IT specialists are involved in the development of the world's technological innovations. And this intellectual capital should be directed towards the creation of a final product in Ukraine.

"Ukrainian innovative components are existed in all of the leading developments. It is increadibly important to develop such products in Ukraine. We have smart children who have big-picture thinking, and this gives us a perspective. In this regard education is of paramount importance. I am impressed by inventions created by children. Their inventions have once again confirmed the talent of Ukrainian youth. And the main thing is to create a decent environment where children can develop and create products that will change our lives", Volodymyr Groysman underscored.