The Zurab Zhvania School of Public Administration, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia has published Georgian language textbooks for the national ethnic minorities.
Within the scope of the state language teaching program, the specially designed textbook will enable the representatives of ethnic minorities to master the Georgian language in relation to the specific vocational or professional aspect. Additionally, the textbook will greatly facilitate their full integration into the civil society, in conjunction with raising their personal self-confidence.
New textbooks will be posted on the following school website www.zspa.ge and will be available for any interested individual who wishes to study Georgian language or deepen their language skills within a specific field.
The Zhvania School of Administration carries out the course of teaching Georgian as a second language for national ethnic minorities within the range of three different levels: A1 (language key), A2 (language basis) and B1 (margin). During the years of 2017 to 2018, the school has prepared the following B1-level subject courses: Law, Infrastructure, Management, Finance, Procurement, and Civic Education.
Ketevan Natriashvili – the first deputy minister of Education and Science, together with Alexander Tevzadze, and the chairman of State Language Department – Giorgi Alibegashvili, attended the meeting with various representatives of experts and partner organizations.