150 Crimean schools may be closed because of bad reference

Due to poor logistics Rospotrebnadzor can not issue licenses to many schools in Crimea, which will cause the closure of educational institutions.

22 July 2016 13:09

The annexed Crimea may close more than 150 schools as they don’t meet requirements of Rospotrebnadzor. This was reported by the so-called "Head of the Department for Supervision and Control of the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth" of Crimea Valentina Boyko on air the occupation Crimea-24 TV channel.

- Only 443 of 1214 educational institutions of the Crimea received license. It is about 40%. Now another 153 organizations that submitted documents and will get the license are being managed. About 150 schools and almost all the complementary education institutions can not get a license at the moment because of the weak material and technical base, i.e. they have an adverse opinion of Rospotrebnadzor. They can not get a favorable one, - she said.

All educational institutions that fail the licensing procedure, will be closed or suspend their activities.

Certification must be completed until the start of the next school year.

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