education in Caucasus

In-person studies resume across Georgia

In-person studies have resumed in Georgia today and the Ministry of Education says all public and private schools in the country are ready to receive students. The ministry announced that all schools in Georgia have been provided with …

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First graders in Georgia to start school year in October

First grade students will start their first school year on October 4 in all cities and villages of Georgia where the Covid-19 infection rate is below 4%, the Georgian Ministry of Education announced. This decision applies only to public …

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Pay raises expect Dagestan teachers

Dagestan teachers' salaries will be increased, the corresponding resolution of the regional cabinet comes into force on September 1. The raise will amount to 3 000 rubles. "For example, the salary of a teacher who does not have …

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Georgian PM congratulates high school seniors

Georgia's high school seniors have closed out the last day of classes with the ringing of the 'Last Bell' today. Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili congratulated the high school seniors the end of the studies and …

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New school to be built in Shusha

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has allocated 3 mln manats for the construction of a new secondary school in Shusha, the order of the head of state "On measures to build a new secondary school in the city of Shusha” reads. …

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NCFU enters list of top 50 Russian universities

North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU) took 24th place in the ranking of the best universities in Russia in the mathematics and natural sciences and 37th in the engineering and technical sciences. This result follows from the statistics of the …

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Free app to help in learning Chechen language

The developmental application IQ Bera will help children learn the Chechen language. The mobile application includes 14 thematic classifiers (body parts, animals, birds, and so on) that help the child learn to pronounce words in the …

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Fadia M. Saadah: in Azerbaijan, human capital investments are the key to resilient growth in the era of COVID-19

By limiting access to health, education, social protection, and jobs, the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse human capital gains in Azerbaijan. In a recently published report, Survive, Learn, Thrive: Strategic Human Capital Investments to Accelerate Azerbaijan’s Growth, the government of Azerbaijan and the World Bank identify the main challenges to building and activating human capital and put a spotlight on high-impact interventions that respond to constraints, Modern Diplomacy writes. Fadia M. Saadah, World Bank Human Development Regional Director for Europe and Central Asia, reflects on the success and challenges of the past, and opportunities for the World Bank Group to partner with the government of Azerbaijan in ensuring resilient growth, powered by human capital investments

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Armenian language textbook published in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan's Center for International Relations Analysis has published a textbook for those wishing to study the Armenian language. The author of the book is Hatam Jabbarli. The book can be used as a teaching tool for courses, as …

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Yerevan hosts Russian-Armenian Youth Forum

The 6th Armenian-Russian Youth Forum "New Opportunities for Youth: Prospects for Sustainable Development" was held at the Russian-Armenian University in Yerevan on December 23. The corresponding video was published on the RAU YouTube …

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