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First party of foreign teachers arrived in Georgia2010-08-02 17:00
Dimitri Shashkin, the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, met with 50 foreign teachers, arrives in Georgia in the course of the educational program - interpressnews.ge.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the information from the ministry, representatives of accredited diplomatic corps also met with teachers.
The first party arrived from America, Great Britain, Canada, Poland, and Lithuania. Language specialists from other countries will gradually arrive later.
This party has already been distributed among schools of Ajaria. Before the beginning of classes they will go sightseeing, undergo trainings, and can learn Georgian if they wish.
Shashkin said that qualification of foreign languages isn't as high in regions; and foreigners would help not only students, but teachers as well. He added he and his team would do everything possible to create conditions. Once in 3 months they would meet and discuss results of work.
The minister also discussed a new initiative implying learning a foreign language since the first form. The program would function in 100 schools since September 1st, and later would be obligatory in all education establishments of Georgia.