22 November 2012, Thursday, 12:40
author: Galiya Nabieva
Bashkortostan was called one of Russian regions, where problems with kindergartens are solved quite actively, during the video conference call, devoted to development of pre-school education system and held under chairmanship of the Prime-Minister of Russian Government Dmitry Medvedev.
“I’d like to thank the governors for their active position and we really watch serious progress and active dynamics in Kemerovo, Ivanovo regions and in Bashkortostan, where additional resources were attracted” — the Minister for education and science of Russia Dmitry Livanov reported.
According to information on November 1, 2012, 418 thousand kids in Russia need vacant places in kindergartens. It is almost by 70 thousand kids less than on January 1, 2012. Queues to kindergartens are completely absent in eight regions – Tatarstan, Vologda, Kirov, Kostroma, Novgorod and Tambov regions and in Yamal-Nenets and Chukotka autonomous districts. Other eight regions guarantee that by September 1, 2013, there will be no queues to kindergartens.
In 2012 13 kindergartens (1755 places) have been put into exploitation in Republic of Bashkortostan: six kindergartens were erected from zero and seven – reconstructed. Till the end of this year other 39 kindergartens will be put into operation in the Republic. 52 kindergartens will be opened in the Republic in 2012 in a whole. Republican exchequer allocated more than 3,2 billion rubles for construction, reconstruction and capital repair of kindergartens this year.