The condition of schools on the territory of the LPR and DPR suggests that they did not receive support from the Kyiv authorities, the Ministry of Education said. So the department responded to RBC's request to send teachers from Russia to Donbass ” alt=”Ministry of Education responded to publications about sending teachers to Donbass” />
The Ministry of Education of Russia is conducting “large-scale continuous work” to support education systems in the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, as well as in other territories where there is an “urgent need” for this. The department told RBC about this in response to a request to comment on media publications about plans to send teachers from Russian schools to the region.
The Ministry of Education indicated that it supplies textbooks to the Donbass, and also provides “assistance with a wide range of educational needs.”
As explained in the ministry, this is due to the fact that “the state of many schools” in the DNR and LNR “distinctly speaks of the complete absence of any support in recent years from the Ukrainian regime.” In order for the education systems in the republics to “may function”, the department is implementing “extensive programs for the training and advanced training of teachers”, and also helps to introduce “high-quality Russian standards” into the educational process.
This work comes with the support of “leading expert organizations,” the department said, without naming these organizations. “Many courses are held remotely, but with maximum immersion in practical activities,” — emphasized in the Ministry of Education.
Earlier, Kommersant reported that teachers and methodologists of schools in some Russian regions are planned to be sent on business trips to the Donbass. citing a government source. The authorities of two Russian regions also confirmed to the publication that they have sent or are preparing to send teachers to work on the territory of Donbass. According to the newspaper, teachers are offered a double salary for the duration of the business trip.
The Ministry of Education of Primorye informed the publication that employees of the regional department had already left for the Donbass “for methodological support of educational processes.” With the dispatch of teachers, the issue is “resolved” for the time being, the department explained.
The Ministry of Education of the Novosibirsk region told the newspaper that they had already formed a delegation of teachers from the region, without specifying how many people were included in it. The department explained that last week they accepted “applications on a voluntary basis” from employees with the qualifications of a teacher, methodologist or methodologist of the education system to work in the territories of the DPR and LPR, “liberated by the armed forces of the Russian Federation”. The specific places of work for teachers, as well as the terms and conditions of the business trip, “are being specified and are under discussion,” the department explained. “Kommersant” also reported that they planned to send teachers to the Donbass in Buryatia, but did not provide details and comments from the local Ministry of Education.
RBC sent inquiries to the Ministry of Education of the Primorsky Territory, the Novosibirsk Region and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Buryatia.
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On June 20, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a government decree that established double wages for employees of state departments seconded to the territory of Donetsk and Luhansk people's republics. The decision concerns citizens holding positions in federal bodies that are not classified as public service, as well as employees of organizations and institutions subordinate to federal authorities. Also, according to the document, employees of organizations that participate in the restoration of Donbass infrastructure can count on double pay.
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