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Commissioner for Human Rights in Ivanovo Region Natalia Kovaleva is to address the local authorities, the regional Duma and the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia with recommendations related to improving the regional education system. The decision was made following the results of the meeting on ‘General Education Personnel in Ivanovo Region: Problems and Solutions’ held by the Commissioner with the Expert Council members on 24 June.

The council’s members underlined that the state authorities and the local self-government bodies make focused efforts to provide educational organisations with personnel. However, there is still a range of problems requiring a strategic and prompt solution.

Adapted from the Press Service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in Ivanovo Region

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