The Center for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) has developed and published – “Go and Participate”- guide for young people within the framework of the same name project, that is implementing from November, 2011 and funded by USAD and IFES.

Today, May 24th the school leaving examinations was held in geography. The process of the examination for school leaving certification was observed by the Minister in the School 104 where the Armenian language students were being examined.

The Ministry of Education and Science and the Centre for Development of Education Quality initiated a National Assessment on Georgian language at the first grade of non-Georgian schools.

Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations has been implementing the project “Supporting of Non-Georgian Schools in Implimentation of New Educational Reforms” since Aug. 2011.

The Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations translated the publication of the National Centre of Teachers’ Professional Development - " Practical Guide for School Principal" in Armenian and Azerbaijani languages.

The new text-book – “The school guidance for active citizens” has been issued by CCIIR and New Generation-new initiative (nGnI) in the framework of the project: “The school of active citizens”. The financial support was provided by the Center of Electoral Systems Development, Reforms and Trainings.

The text-book offers examples, which are based on practical experience and define the role of non-governmental sector in formation of active society. The text-book will help young people to manage civil activities properly through NGOs

pdf“The school guidance for active citizens”

 

 The Center for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) developed and published manual for teachers “Language Assessment and Testing”.

CCIIR presents the Concept of the Civil Integration of the persons belonging to national minorities.

The scientific- methodological journal ,,Bilingual Education’’ has been publishing quarterly by The Center for Civil Integration and Inter - Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) in the framework of the project -‘’Supporting Multilingual Educational Reform in Georgia’’ funded by the OSCE office of High Commissioner on National Minorities.

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relation (CCIIR) started an implementation of the project “Supporting of Non-Georgian Schools in the Implementation of New Educational Reforms” with funcial support of “Open Society Georgia Foundation” .

In June-July in Samtskhe-Javakheti the Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnical Relations carried out the educational program for active citizenship in the framework of the project “School for Active Citizens”.

On July 9,2011, in Vake Park, the Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations organized the meeting of students of primary grade of Tbilisi public schools.

On July 14-15, 2011, two day international conference “Issue of State Language Teaching - Problems and Challenges” in Sheraton Batumi Hotel took place.

The scientific- methodological journal ,,Bilingual Education’’ has been publishing quarterly by The Center for Civil Integration and Inter - Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) in the framework of the project -‘’Supporting Multilingual Educational Reform in Georgia’’ funded by the OSCE office of High Commissioner on National Minorities.

National Center for Teacher Professional Development and National Curriculum and Assessment Center are implementing voucher funding program of Georgian as a second language teachers professional development. The program is funded by World Bank in the framework of the Japan grant.