Agricultural classes will be introduced in Belarusian schools in order to provide an in-depth acquaintance of senior pupils with agriculture, writes Agro-Center.
The First Vice-Rector of Belarusian State Agrarian Technical University Mykola Romanyuk commented on how future classes will be arranged.
“Starting from the beginning of a new school year, along with average classes, there will be agricultural classes in Belarusian schools. At the moment, we have a clear agreement to create 10 such classes. We have already prepared almost all program documentation for teachers of schools that will teach the classes,”
said Mykola Romanyuk.
He also noted that agricultural classes will be opened in villages and in small cities throughout the republic. Children will be able to get there only after an interview.
According to Mykola Romanyuk, there’s also a goal to create schools in the best village economy centers of the country, so that prospective students of agricultural specialties are able to practice. Such tasks were determined by Alexander Lukashenko.