A workshop for teachers titled ‘Teacher – Guide to Europe’ has opened during European Days and 150 teachers from across Georgia are participating.
The project aims to provide teachers with knowledge of European teaching practices and approaches.
Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze awarded ten teachers for implementing special projects.
Education is the way to freedom,” he said.
Mamuka Bakhtadze said the teaching profession should be more appreciated and a large-scale education reform which includes spending ¼ of the budget on education will include increasing their salary.
It will be an obligation for any government for decades… The only success of Georgia is in education,” he said.
PM Bakhtadze has also referred to problems in education adding all errors will be eradicated.
The ten teachers will depart for Estonia to become acquainted with ongoing education reforms.