Course of Orthodox culture will be introduced at schools

Saturday, 18 September 2010 18:02

A session of the Kharkiv regional council (Ukraine's east) decided to introduce an optional course entitled Orthodox Culture of Slobozhanshchyna today at schools of the region.

As Regional Council's Deputy Chairman Viktoriya Kazakova told from the session rostrum, the course has been introduced within the frames of the regional program designated for 2010-2015 for spiritual-moral rebirth and preservation of the historical truth. "We are living on the original Orthodox land and originate from traditions of our nations," Kazakova underscored.


Since October1, the optional studies will be introduced in several schools of the region as a pilot project. Lecturers from among the teachers undergo a special training at Kharkiv Academy of continuous education. The course contents will be discussed at meetings of pedagogues with participation of senior students' parents.

As UKRINFORM has already reported, earlier, the general educational school of the village of Sharivka, Kharkiv region, has been chosen for the start of realization of the pilot project the Basis of Orthodox Culture. Kazakova noted that if the project recommends itself positively in the process of its realization in the village of Sharivka, lessons on the basis of Orthodox culture will be held at other schools of Kharkiv region.

 

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