This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science.
“Zoom will provide a sufficient number of licenses for all schools and higher education institutions in Ukraine to implement online educational programs. To date, almost 800 educational institutions have licensed access to use Zoom tools, which has enabled millions of applicants started in 2022. -Course 2023 on time,” says the message.
It is noted that this matter was agreed during a meeting between the first deputy head of the Ministry of Education, Andrey Vitrenko, and the head of Public Policy and Global Government Relations of Zoom Josh Kallmer during the UN Education Transformation Summit in New York.
Vitrenko reported that, according to the analysis carried out by the Ministry of Education and Science with the support of the Education Cluster, the World Bank UNICEF and Save the Children, most educational institutions operate completely online or in mixed mode.
“Our responsibility is to ensure that students and teachers have the necessary tools for the continuity of the learning process and that no one is left behind”, he stressed.
At the same time, Kallmer noted that the company guarantees continued education for Ukrainian schoolchildren under martial law.
“We are committed to leveraging the best of Zoom to help provide access to high-quality online education. We are proud to support MON to ensure continued learning and collaboration for Ukrainian students and educators who have been forced to flee their homes and educational institutions through Russia’s large-scale invasion of Ukraine,” he stressed.
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