“Current state and perspectives for education financing in Armenia”
March 7, 11:00

At the press release on “Current state and perspectives for education financing in Armenia” hosted by the Media Center on March 7, PhD in Economics and Associate Professor Artak Manukyan presented the findings of the study on educational expenses in recent years by the National Center of Public Policy Research NGO and touched upon education financing issues. 

By presenting the findings of the study, the economist points out that the scope of educational services in RA widens year by year by around 5% annually, but the share of educational services in the general services sector declines every year.

The expert draws attention to the fact that like any other sector, educational services in the country lack balanced development and provision of educational services is concentrated primarily in Yerevan.

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