Today, First Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Koka Sepherteladze, presented 47 tenth graders of public schools of Samtskhe-Javakheti region with personal computers. The Deputy Minister also held a meeting with these schoolchildren, their parents and teachers. The meeting was held in a dialogue format. Koka Sepherteladze talked about the current trends and developments in education system and answered the questions regarding the upcoming national entry, teacher certification and graduate record examinations.
These schoolchildren have completed a basic level of education with honors in 2012. Around 1022 successful schoolchildren across Georgia will be awarded the computers this year.
This initiative is being implemented as a part of the President’s national program and aims at encouraging and supporting the successful schoolchildren and increasing an access to modern technologies.
Schoolchildren, who have completed a basic level of education with honors, became beneficiaries of the above mentioned program for 2012.
Such kind of projects will be continues in the future as well.