The Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Nodar Surguladze, accompanied by schoolchildren from Samtskhe-Javakheti and Tbilisi, visited Tbilisi’s Ethnographic Museum as part of the project “School partnership”.
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University students introduced various traditions and ethnographic elements of Georgia to the children.
Thanks to the project “School Partnership”, schoolchildren have already visited various Museums, the Administration of the President of Georgia, Mtskheta and other places.
Sixty Georgian and non-Georgian schools are joined together in the project. The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia finances joined events, all planned by schoolchildren. Ethnic minorities from different regions have the opportunity to spend more time with Georgian children and take part in cultural events.
This school partnership program is implemented under the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia’s project “Georgian Language for Future Success” and is oriented towards a fuller integration of ethnic minorities living in Georgia.