Kherson children will be able to study according to the Ukrainian curriculum

Children from Kherson will have the opportunity to continue their studies according to the Ukrainian program.

About this in Facebook Yuriy Sobolevskyi, the First Deputy Chairman of the Kherson Regional Council, reported Ukrinform.

“During the preparation of the organization of the educational process on the territory Kherson region the main ones are three basic principles: personal safety of all participants in the process, both teachers and students; maximum implementation of students’ right to education, taking into account technical capabilities and the situation in the region; protection of the right to professional activity by our teachers,” Sobolevskyi said.

According to him, it is already possible to say that children will have the opportunity to continue their studies according to the Ukrainian program. The system is being built in such a way that none of the students will “lose” this year of study, noted the deputy head of the regional council.

Also, no one will endanger the teachers, he emphasized, assuring that each of the teachers who refused to cooperate with the invaders is a real hero for him.

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As reported by Ukrinform, on August 3, the first deputy head of the Kherson Regional Council, Yuriy Sobolevskyi, informed that Russian invaders kidnapped the director of the Havryliv School, Tetiana Tkachenko, in the Kalancha community in the Kherson region. Principals of schools throughout the region are under tremendous pressure, as the vast majority of teachers refuse to work with the invaders and restructure the work of educational institutions according to the Russian program.

In the captured territory of the Kherson region, teachers who are forced by the enemy to cooperate suffer from terror – they are threatened, the invaders come to their homes, kidnap them, beat them. Most teachers are forced to leave, fearing for their lives.

Ukrainians are collecting signatures for an electronic petition for the release of civilian hostages.

In the Kherson region, the invaders will be able to open no more than 20% of schools, now the enemy is threatening school leaders, spreading rumors that children who do not go to schools with a Russian curriculum will be taken from their parents and sent to Crimea.

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