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Within the framework of the Federal target program "Social and economic development of the Republic of Crimea and Sebastopol until 2024", three secondary schools in Sudak, Yevpatoria and Sebastopol were ceremonially opened on Day of Knowledge - September 1, 2020. The program is curated by the Russian Ministry of Economic Development.
In Yevpatoria and Sudak, the new schools are designed for 800 students and equipped with modern equipment for quality education. Schools provide facilities for people with limited mobility.
In Sebastopol, an additional building of the engineering school was opened on Antique Avenue. Extra-curriculum education is provided for students in engineering and technology, natural science, social and economic, artistic and aesthetic areas. The school itself is designed for 600 students.
"The Ministry of Economic Development pays special attention to the education of the future generation. Within the framework of the Federal target program of Crimea and Sebastopol, 28 kindergartens and 6 schools have already been opened. By 2024, it is planned to build 18 more schools and 61 kindergartens, " Sergey Nazarov noted, Deputy Minister of economic development of Russia.
In the near future, two new kindergartens with 320 seats are being prepared for opening in Sebastopol. Energy-saving technologies were used in the construction of one of them. 150 solar collectors are installed on the roof, which will generate heat with solar energy, thereby heating the floors in the building and providing assistance in the supply of hot water.
In 2020, within the framework of the Federal target program, it is planned to complete the construction of five more educational institutions in the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sebastopol. Among them - one school for 704 places in the area of Kazachya Bay in Sebastopol, as well as three kindergartens (260 places) in Simferopol, one kindergarten for 300 seats in Sovietsky of the Soviet district of the Republic of Crimea.
In total, more than 21 billion rubles have been allocated for the development of the education system in Crimea and Sebastopol for 2020-2024.