In the city of Dubna, Moscow Region, a major overhaul of the Kadyshevsky Physics and Mathematics Lyceum has been completed. The results of the work were checked by the head of the region, Andrey Vorobyov.
As the head of the Ministry of Education of the Moscow Region, Ilya Bronstein, said, it remains to install and configure the equipment at the Lyceum. The institution will open its doors in the fall.
Education at the lyceum is carried out in physics and mathematics, technology and biology and chemistry. In total, it is designed for 350 students, writes the Internet portal “Moscow region today”…
According to the head of the region, the school is the local flagship. Vorobiev stressed that such educational institutions are necessary and are of great importance for the development of education.
On August 6, it was reported that the Russian government, on behalf of the country’s President Vladimir Putin, will launch a program for the overhaul of educational institutions. More than 7.3 thousand buildings will be put in order by 2026. At the same time, overhaul should be carried out in 3 thousand objects in 2022–2023.
On July 28, the Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Sergey Kravtsov announced that about 700 buildings of Russian schools will undergo major repairs in 2022. He noted that, taking into account the continuation of the program, the pace will be increased and all buildings requiring major repairs will be repaired as much as possible.