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More than 65,000 children in rural areas and villages across Belarus will benefit from an education programme aimed at promoting collaborative learning and science education.

The Education Minister Igor Karpenko and World Bank Office Country Manager in Belarus, Alex Kremer, signed an agreement on additional financing of the Belarus Education Modernization Project.

The additional financing will be in the amount of EUR90 million, which will go towards modernizing, equipping schools, and improving student learning in Belarus.

Over EUR81 million will be spent on rehabilitating, modernizing and reconstructing educational institutions with new training and laboratory equipment. Furthermore, innovative centres on science education will be set up in selected schools to promote science education. Overall, the project will cover at least 220 schools throughout the country.

“When people talk of regional development, they often forget that education is one of the best local investments available,” says Mr Kremer

“This project will help boost the learning of rural children because a kid’s education shouldn’t depend on where they are born.”

Mr Igor Karpenko echoed a similar message.

“This is the message of our head of state (President Alexander Lukashenko), and we are doing our best to meet this goal, including with the help of the World Bank through the project to upgrade regional schools,” he said.

“I am confident that our further cooperation with the bank, and the agreement we have signed, will promote the creation of equal rights for children.”

“This includes equipped classes and technical aids to help every kid develop, receive quality education, socialize and get ready for a responsible life,” the minister said.

In an address earlier this month to the Belarusian people and Parliament, President Alexander Lukashenko set the priorities for the development of the country; and this included the improvement of the education sector and system.

Mr Alex Kremer added:

“Demography changes. We can see more children in one region and fewer in another. The adaptation of the school network falls on the shoulders of the Education Ministry. “

“The World Bank welcomes the ministry’s efforts to address the issue. I am impressed with Belarus’ determination to shift to per-student financing and develop a network of schools with education centres. I am confident that Belarus can be proud of such steps,” he said.

Prior investments and support for educational programs from the World Bank are already showing strong results. Belarus used a World Bank Institutional Development Fund (IDF) grant to try out per-student financing (PSF) for schools in 2015.

With PSF, each school’s budget and staffing is based on the number of children so that money will go where it is most needed. Given the experiment’s success, the Belarusian Government rolled out PSF nationwide in all general secondary schools since 2019, currently expanding PSF to pre-school institutions.

Considering the success of previous projects, many are optimistic that this project will help Belarus evaluate how successfully children are learning and engaging with the curriculum.

In 2018, Belarus participated in the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) for the first time in its history. This additional financing will enable Belarus to take part in PISA 2021 and 2024 and provide for more comprehensive analysis of the testing results.

A national education management information system (EMIS), currently in preparation as part of the original project, will be expanded to all levels of the education system, making it possible to track graduates in their later careers and work out the impact of different educational programs.

Whilst basic statistics on schooling are available in Belarus, there is not much information on students learning outcomes. With the additional financing, many hope that will change.

The agreement was signed at the Starye Yurkovichi kindergarten-secondary school. The facility was rehabilitated in 2016-2017, also with the help of the World Bank. The bank allocated 423,000 Belarusian rubles (Br) to repair the roof, classrooms, toilet facilities and the hallways. Other classrooms, the gym and changing rooms were also improved and modernised with the help of funds allocated from the local budget.

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” This job will assist increase the knowing of rural kids since a kid’s education should not depend upon where they are born.”

Mr Igor Karpenko echoed a comparable message.

” This is the message of our president (President Alexander Lukashenko), and we are doing our finest to fulfill this objective, consisting of with the assistance of the World Bank through the job to update local schools,” he stated.

” I am positive that our more cooperation with the bank, and the arrangement we have actually signed, will promote the development of equivalent rights for kids.”

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Mr Alex Kremer included:

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” The World Bank invites the ministry’s efforts to resolve the problem. I am pleased with Belarus’ decision to move to per-student funding and establish a network of schools with education centres. I am positive that Belarus can be pleased with such actions,” he stated.

Previous financial investments and assistance for curricula from the World Bank are currently revealing strong outcomes. Belarus utilized a World Bank Institutional Advancement Fund (IDF) grant to check out per-student funding (PSF) for schools in 2015.

With PSF, each school’s budget plan and staffing is based upon the variety of kids so that cash will go where it is most required. Provided the experiment’s success, the Belarusian Federal government presented PSF across the country in all basic secondary schools considering that 2019, presently broadening PSF to pre-school organizations.

Thinking about the success of previous jobs, lots of are positive that this job will assist Belarus examine how effectively kids are discovering and engaging with the curriculum.

In 2018, Belarus took part in the OECD’s Program for International Trainee Evaluation (PISA) for the very first time in its history. This extra funding will make it possible for Belarus to participate in PISA 2021 and 2024 and attend to more thorough analysis of the screening results.

A nationwide education management details system (EMIS), presently in preparation as part of the initial job, will be broadened to all levels of the education system, making it possible to track graduates in their later professions and exercise the effect of various curricula.

Whilst standard stats on education are readily available in Belarus, there is very little details on trainees discovering results. With the extra funding, lots of hope that will alter.

The arrangement was signed at the Starye Yurkovichi kindergarten-secondary school. The center was restored in 2016-2017, likewise with the assistance of the World Bank. The bank assigned 423,000 Belarusian rubles (Br) to fix the roofing, class, toilet centers and the corridors. Other class, the fitness center and altering spaces were likewise enhanced and modernised with the assistance of funds assigned from the regional budget plan.

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More than 65, 000 kids in backwoods and towns throughout Belarus will take advantage of an education program targeted at promoting collective knowing and science education.

The Education Minister Igor Karpenko and World Bank Workplace Nation Supervisor in Belarus, Alex Kremer, signed an arrangement on extra funding of the Belarus Education Modernization Task.

The extra funding will remain in the quantity of EUR 90 million, which will go towards improving, gearing up schools, and enhancing trainee knowing in Belarus.

Over EUR 81 million will be invested in fixing up, improving and rebuilding universities with brand-new training and lab devices. Moreover, ingenious centres on science education will be established in chosen schools to promote science education. In general, the job will cover a minimum of 220 schools throughout the nation.

“When individuals talk of local advancement, they frequently forget that education is among the very best regional financial investments readily available,” states Mr Kremer

“This job will assist increase the knowing of rural kids since a kid’s education should not depend upon where they are born.”

Mr Igor Karpenko echoed a comparable message.

“This is the message of our president (President Alexander Lukashenko), and we are doing our finest to fulfill this objective, consisting of with the assistance of the World Bank through the job to update local schools,” he stated.

“I am positive that our more cooperation with the bank, and the arrangement we have actually signed, will promote the development of equivalent rights for kids.”

“This consists of equipped classes and technical help to assist every kid establish, get quality education, mingle and prepare yourself for an accountable life,” the minister stated.

In an address previously this month to the Belarusian individuals and Parliament, President Alexander Lukashenko set the top priorities for the advancement of the nation; and this consisted of the enhancement of the education sector and system.

Mr Alex Kremer included:

“Demography modifications. We can see more kids in one area and less in another. The adjustment of the school network falls on the shoulders of the Education Ministry.”

“The World Bank invites the ministry’s efforts to resolve the problem. I am pleased with Belarus’ decision to move to per-student funding and establish a network of schools with education centres. I am positive that Belarus can be pleased with such actions,” he stated.

Previous financial investments and assistance for curricula from the World Bank are currently revealing strong outcomes. Belarus utilized a World Bank Institutional Advancement Fund (IDF) grant to check out per-student funding (PSF) for schools in2015

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With PSF, each school’s budget plan and staffing is based upon the variety of kids so that cash will go where it is most required. Provided the experiment’s success, the Belarusian Federal government presented PSF across the country in all basic secondary schools considering that 2019, presently broadening PSF to pre-school organizations.

Thinking about the success of previous jobs, lots of are positive that this job will assist Belarus examine how effectively kids are discovering and engaging with the curriculum.

In 2018, Belarus took part in the OECD’s Program for International Trainee Evaluation (PISA) for the very first time in its history. This extra funding will make it possible for Belarus to participate in PISA 2021 and 2024 and attend to more thorough analysis of the screening results.

A nationwide education management details system (EMIS), presently in preparation as part of the initial job, will be broadened to all levels of the education system, making it possible to track graduates in their later professions and exercise the effect of various curricula.

Whilst standard stats on education are readily available in Belarus, there is very little details on trainees discovering results. With the extra funding, lots of hope that will alter.

The arrangement was signed at the Starye Yurkovichi kindergarten-secondary school. The center was restored in 2016 – 2017, likewise with the assistance of the World Bank. The bank assigned 423, 000 Belarusian rubles (Br) to fix the roofing, class, toilet centers and the corridors. Other class, the fitness center and altering spaces were likewise enhanced and modernised with the assistance of funds assigned from the regional budget plan.

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