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3 Oct 2016

Sidorenko: Belarus’ education system can share best practices with CIS countries

Sidorenko: Belarus’ education system can share best practices with CIS countries

MOSCOW, 3 October (BelTA) – The Belarusian education system can share its best practices with the CIS countries, Deputy Education Minister of Belarus Raisa Sidorenko told Belarus on the sidelines of the 4th CIS Congress of Teachers and Workers of Education in Moscow on 3 October.

“We can discuss a lot of things at the congress, can share our best practices in all levels of education,” Raisa Sidorenko said.

She added that at the meeting of CIS ministers of education and science all participants praised the high level of Belarusian education. CIS countries also supported Belarus’ measures to merge the processes of education and upbringing.

“At the congress we will speak about the need to merge the processes of education and upbringing, the need to promote inclusive education for children with special needs and other categories of children, in particular, refugee children,” Raisa Sidorenko said.

At the same time, she noted that the Belarusian delegation is ready to adopt new ideas at the forum.

Partaking in the congress are the delegations of teachers from Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan.

The main topic of the forum is the innovations of the modern education environment in the CIS member states as a factor for raising the quality and affordability of education. The program of the forum will include a plenary session, a meeting of CIS ministers of education and science, the session of the CIS Council for Cooperation in Education.

Workshop sessions are dedicated to the upgrade and development prospects of pre-school education in the CIS countries, modernization of school education and education of children with special needs.

The participants of the congress discuss problems and challenges of the modern teachers’ training, the training of specialists in the most in-demand fields of vocational and professional education, etc.

The program of the forum also includes an exhibition of education achievements in the CIS countries. The exhibition will feature the best practices of the CIS countries, integration projects aimed at developing the common education infrastructure, the application of innovations in education.

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