Yekaterinburg reports progress of youth educational development program
According to the administration's report, the program led to the construction of two new schools in Yekaterinburg, Nos. 88 and 19, and the completion of design plans for two additional schools, Nos. 39 and 1, Ekburg.ru reports.
Moreover, the 2013 development program resulted in the overhaul of 11 educational buildings and 39 new gymnasiums for students, and a total of 115 new pieces of computer equipment were provided to area schools.
Upon receiving the administration's report, the Yekaterinburg Duma issued a letter of praise to city officials for their success in implementing the program.
"Work performed, impressive," Duma Chairman on Educational Development Elena Deryagina said, according to Ekburg.ru. "On the program of the city budget allocated a considerable sum. Almost 50 percent of the city budget goes to education: the construction, reconstruction, creation of conditions. The program has been the first year, and there is every reason to say that this year it will be successfully implemented."
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