Not watching «moving up» the student was invited to the «Kvantorium»

© Photo courtesy of Central partnership Frame of film moving up, 2017. Archive photoNot watching «moving up» the student was invited to the «Kvantorium»© photo courtesy of Central partnership

The Minister of education of Russia Olga Vasilyeva, invited the student from Yekaterinburg, which got a » d » because he saw the film «moving up» on the instructions of the teacher, to visit any of the convenient industrial parks «Kvantorium».

Earlier it became known that the boy from Yekaterinburg got an f for not saw the movie «moving up» on the instructions of the teacher. It was noted that he was from a poor family and in his house there is no computer to view the picture. The representative of the Department of education of the city administration told RIA Novosti that the situation with the two settled, a bad mark from the magazine was removed.

«Young man we invite any geographically convenient «Kvantorium», there is a wonderful program with a wide range of digital technologies. To cultivate children’s interest in healthy lifestyle, to acquaint them with the achievements of our athletes, of course, laudable initiative. But any initiative of the educational process should be borne by the administrations and education authorities, not parents,» said Vasilyev, quoted the press service of the Ministry of education.

She added that, nevertheless, «any initiative of the educational process should be borne by the administrations and education authorities, not parents, especially when it comes to aid in the access to education of children from poor families.»

Vasiliev noted that Russia built equal, unified educational environment for each child.

«We will speak with the regional educational authorities on the inadmissibility of repetition of such situations», — concluded the Minister.

Baby parks «Kvantorium» is a platform with high-tech equipment, focuses on training new and highly qualified engineering personnel, development, testing and implementation of innovative technologies and ideas.

«Quantonium» teach children to work in teams and are designed to prepare young cadres in important areas — from robotics and the design of small satellites to study the practical principles of laser technology and modeling of unmanned objects.

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