Published a law allowing graduates this year to take the GIA at will
Law No. 3669 on the Amendment of Certain Ukrainian Laws Concerning Certain Matters Relating to the Completion of the 2019/2020 School Year has been published in the Verkhovna Rada Gazette “Voices of Ukraine”.
The text of the law was published on the publication’s website.
The law establishes that, as part of the implementation of measures to prevent the occurrence and spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), students who complete full universal secondary education during the 2019/2020 school year are exempt from passing the final state certification.
“Beneficiaries of education completing full secondary education during the 2019/2020 academic year have the right to submit to final state certification, including in the form of an independent external assessment, of their own free will, “said the document.
During the presentation of the bill, the representative of the president of the Verkhovna Rada, first vice-president of the Verkhovna Rada, Ruslan Stefanchuk, underlined that this initiative “does not aim at canceling the UPR”.
As indicated in the explanatory note to the bill, the aim and objective of the adoption of this law is to minimize the risks of COVID-19 disease when assessing the learning outcomes of students who complete their studies and allow them to receive documents on receiving full universal secondary education.
The law will come into force the day after its publication.
As reported by Ukrinform, on June 18, the Verkhovna Rada adopted the Presidential Law “amending certain laws of Ukraine concerning certain matters relating to the completion of the 2019/2020 school year” (No. 3669 ).
See also: COVID-19 incidence rates enable UPE – Stepanov
As noted, due to the difficult situation with the incidence of coronavirus, a UPR trial was canceled at times. A trial VNO can be completed online.
Now in Ukraine, adaptive quarantine is in effect until July 31. In other words, the restrictive measures are gradually eased depending on the epidemic situation in each region.
As of June 23, 38,074 people have fallen ill with COVID-19 in Ukraine, including 2,790 children.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru