Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations in cooperation with Teachers Professional Development Centre of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia organized the presentation of the teacher's quarterly journal "Teacher". The quarterly journal is issued by the Teachers Professional Development Centre in Georgian language. Two volumes of journal have already been issued. The Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations translates journal in Armenian and Azerian languages within the framework of the project "Methodological Materials for Minority School Teachers. The project is funded by Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe High Commissioner on National Minorities (OSCE HCNM). The presentation of the first volume of the journal was organized in Mola-Ogli school in Kvemo Kartli.
The presentation was attended by the first lady of Georgia Sandra Rulofs, Governer of Kvemo Kartli region Davit Kirkitadze, first deputy of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Alexsi Chikvaidze, director of the Teachers Professional Development Centre of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia Sophie Gorgodze and by the chairman of board of the Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations Shalva Tabatadze.
The teachers of Mola-ogli school received Azerian version of the journal. The journal is distributed in all non-Georgian schools of Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions as well.