100 days of the Government. How to Improve the Field of Education
August 27, 12:00

This year’s velvet revolution in Armenia was followed by a number of improvements within three months in the field of education: Arevik Anapiosyan, deputy minister of education stated at August 27 Media Center discussion while summing up the 100 days of the new government. 

Anapiosyan noted that educational improvements are 2 dimensional. The first is changing the system over. This will enable to implement all the programs, and the second is to find sectional solutions inside the system.

“The priority is the change of system, because the current system does not serve its end. I think we did not have a clear-cut policy as to where we want our education to be and that has distorted the system”, Anapiosyan said.

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