Modern Education in Ukraine: what it lacks and what is unnecessary?
April 17, 2015 Ivano-Frankivsk hosted a roundtable discussion Modern Education in Ukraine: what it lacks and what is unnecessary? as part of Kyiv Dialogue Project.
The discussion was attended by the speakers: Bogdan Tomenchuk – Director of Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Center for Educational Quality Assessment, Oleg Bilous – Ph.D. in political science, the Head of Research Department in Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Iryna Savchuk – an educator in Education Department of Kalush RSA, Victor Kimakovych – the Head of the Department of Education and Science of Ivano-Frankivsk RSA, Dmytro Romaniuk – Ph.D. in economics, a public figure, Vitalii Pereviznyk – a public figure, the Head of NGO Public institute of Analytics, Sergii Adamovych – Doctor of historical sciences, professor in Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Taras Sluchyk – a public figure, the representative of Political Education Institute, Myroslav Koshyk – Ph.D. in historical sciences, information analyst.
During the round table the issues of secondary education, USE, higher school and Ukrainian science were
More details about the contents of discussion here.