Klimkin promised development of minority languages in Ukraine

Note that under the new concept of the Ukrainian school, the children in grades 1-2 will not put the assessment and training will be carried out in the adaptation.

Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has said that Ukraine guarantees the free development of minority languages in the country, he noted the need to improve knowledge of the Ukrainian language in the border areas.

“Ukraine will continue to do everything possible to develop the Ukrainian language and to guarantee free development of languages of national minorities it is our duty. This week the Ministry of education will provide information on the law of Ukraine “On education” and its application. Working on ways of translating, not an emotional interpretation,” wrote Klimkin Twitter.

According to him, in the border regions of Ukraine the level of state language proficiency is unsatisfactory, which prevents the applicants for admission to universities. “There are problems of integration: 75% of graduates Beregovo district (on the border with Hungary — ed.) passed the External independent evaluation of the Ukrainian language. Should improve the situation without losing the quality of education in the Hungarian language”, — said Klimkin.

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The new law provides for transition to 12-year schooling, the competition for the position of Director and increase of salaries for teachers. Under the new concept of the Ukrainian school, the children in grades 1-2 will not put the assessment and training will be carried out in the adaptation. Secondary education is divided into basic secondary school (grades 5-9) and specialized (10-12 grade), which can be obtained from individual schools.

Under the new law, the teaching in all educational institutions will be carried out on state Ukrainian language. The law States that persons who belong to ethnic minorities and indigenous peoples of Ukraine are guaranteed the right to study in public institutions to receive preschool, primary education, along with the state language, the language of a national minority or indigenous people. This right is implemented through the creation of separate classes with instruction in the appropriate language.