What awaits education in the academic year 2022/2023? It turns out that a lot of repairs can be expected after the holidays. From September, changes to teacher professional promotion (including other promotion grades and availability hours) will take effect. It is known, in turn, that after the holidays a new element will appear: history and the present. The matura exam next year will also be new. There are also plans to reform Education for Security, which starting in the 2022/2023 school year will contain more elements of defensive training. The business will also start introducing the subject of business and management to schools. As of September 1, 2022, the new rules stipulate that students will be exempted from physical education. There will also be a special teacher position. We explain under what circumstances distance learning may be introduced in the 2022/2023 academic year. Here are the most important changes in education.
Education does not like frequent changes. However, there will be quite a few of them in the new school year. different matura exampotential reforms in teachers’ professional pragmatism and the introduction of new topics into the curriculum (History and present) and reform the existing ones (education for security).
Teachers and school administrators still have to face the challenge of providing adequate education to children from Ukraine. On top of all this, there are problems associated with Staff shortage in schools. More and more teachers decide to leave work in front of the board. So, will the 2022/2023 school year be exceptionally turbulent?
The revised Teacher Charter was approved by the President. From September, teachers will have a different career promotion path. Two degrees: a trainee teacher and a contract teacher. A person who starts working in the profession will not get any degree of promotion. She can apply for it after 4 years of work. During this time, the teacher must conduct the so-called preparation for the profession and assessment of compulsory work.
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