United Russia and the Ministry of Education will create a headquarters for the country of overhaul of schools – Society
MOSCOW, November 16. / TASS /. The United Russia party, together with the Ministry of Education, will coordinate the implementation of the program for the overhaul of Russian schools. Secretary of the General Council of the party Andrei Turchak announced this on Tuesday.
United Russia and the Ministry of Education will create an operational headquarters for each program of overhaul of schools, as it was done under the program of social gasification. It includes members of the public, schoolchildren, teachers, parenting community, winners and participants of Big Change. – the press service of “United Russia” transfers the words of Turchak.
As the politician assessed, more than 7 thousand rubles should be repaired in the program. schools, as well as purchased new equipment, furniture. “Such groups help to orient the regions on the implementation of the program,” he said.
In turn, Minister of Education Sergei Kravtsov recalled President Vladimir Putin’s instructions to involve parents and students in the design of new school spaces. According to which, by 2024, 1,300 new buildings should be built. “Thus, we will resolve issues with the third shift and will not allow a second shift,” he added. According to the budget ministry, 70 billion rubles are planned for these purposes annually, and taking into account regional funding – 100 billion rubles. Kravtsov notes that a decision has already been made.
During a meeting with the Minister of Education, Olga Kazakova, Chair of the State Duma Education Committee (United Russia faction), stressed that the party’s commission on education and science is planning to discuss the issue of fairness of the ratio of salary and bonus in teachers’ salaries.
At the end of July, United Russia handed over to the leadership of the Ministry of Education a register of 7,200 schools in need of overhaul. All stages of work – from project to acceptance – in the regions will be monitored by working groups created by the departments together with the ministry and the parent community.