In Mordovia in six years has opened eight schools to four thousand seats

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Krauledat in totalaccess in school. Archival photoIn Mordovia in six years has opened eight schools to four thousand seats© RIA Novosti / Alexander Krajevima the image Bank

Eight schools more than 4 thousand places are constructed and put into operation in Mordovia in the last 6 years, the press service of the head of the Republic.

«For the past 6 years in Mordovia, with the support of the Federal centre built eight modern schools with a total capacity of 4185. This index is actually equal to the number of student places created in the Republic between 2000 and 2011 — the period was created 4250. Only in the last 3 years, from 2016 to 2018, in Mordovia in school places has increased nearly 3 thousand. This is 35% of the total number of seats, created in the XXI century», — stated in the message.

On the Day of knowledge in the Republic opened two new educational institutions in Saransk and Ruzaevka. New schools of Mordovia represent the ultra-modern centers of education. So, Ruzaevka school for 800 students have computer classes, play areas, classrooms, robotics laboratories and 3D modeling. Moreover, with the opening of the center of education in the city railroad eliminated the second shift. It is also one of the youngest schools on the teachers ‘ part: the average age of teachers for 32 years.

It is noted that ruzaevskogo the school was built with the direct support of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. Most of the money for its construction was allocated from the Federal budget.

«The President tasked the Russian education – to enter the top ten in the world. In the Republic there are all conditions for achieving this goal. The opening of innovative educational institutions in cities and district centers is a big step in this direction,» — are reported words of the head of Mordovia Vladimir Volkov.

According to him, over 5 years to work in schools and kindergartens received more than 2 thousand young professionals, September 1 this year to work out more than 300 young teachers.

In the early 2000s, the emphasis was mainly on construction of small schools to 100-200 seats, almost half the schools (12 of 28) was calculated on less than 100 students, the report says.