Much has been done in the Russian Crimea for the development of the educational system in nine years
On the eve of the start of the new academic year, Vladimir Konstantinov, Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea, visited school No. 4 named after the Hero of the Soviet Union F.I. Senchenko in the city of Saki. This institution with its unique centuries-old history is of great importance for local residents. To date, the first stage of the overhaul has been completed here, which was a protocol instruction following the results of the working trip of the head of the Crimean Parliament to the region at the end of 2022.
In 2024, work is planned in the remaining buildings of the school. In addition, at the expense of funds from the city budget, it is planned to equip the courtyard area. According to Vladimir Konstantinov, after the repair is completed, the institution will become a full-fledged educational center.
Undoubtedly, much has been done in the Russian Crimea over the past nine years to develop the education system, but we still have a colossal amount of work to do. To date, about 200 Crimean schools require major repairs. Some of them will be completed next year. For our part, we are working to ensure that as many of our educational institutions as possible are included in republican and federal programs— said the Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea.
Anastasia Pryadko, press secretary of the Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea.