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Changes to laws for the Olympic Reserve School


The School of the Olympic Reserve of Pridnestrovie was opened in September 2021 on the basis of the Tiraspol school No. 4. Athletes from the 5th grade study and train in this educational institution, they receive a general education. Pupils receive secondary vocational education in the specialty “teacher of physical culture and sports” at the second stage of training. Winners, prize-winners and participants of international competitions and pupils of sports schools, clubs, educational schools of the republic, who show high sports results, enter the school. 12 sports are taught here: swimming, acrobatics, athletics, cycling, freestyle wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling, boxing, rowing, kayaking and canoeing, etc.

Sports training programs are combined with the educational process at the School of Olympic Reserve. Until now, the educational institution functioned on the basis of rules and programs common to all educational institutions. Detailed, special programs are needed. Changes and additions were prepared in the laws "On Education" and "On Physical Culture and Sports in the PMR". They relate to the rules for admitting children to institutions with enhanced study of some subjects, the concepts of "sports training program" and "training process" are introduced.

The legislation were adopted in February this year in the first reading. The Committee on Education, Public Associations and Mass Media of the Supreme Council of the PMR prepared amendments to the legislation for the second reading and recommends to the Supreme Council to adopt it at the next plenary sessions so that the new academic year for the Olympic Reserve School begins on the basis of the updated legislative framework.

Deputies of the profile committee considered the draft of the State Target Program "Textbook" for 2022–2026 for the second reading. It will allow continuing to provide state and municipal educational organizations, in particular schools with Moldovan and Ukrainian languages ​​of instruction, as well as correctional schools, educational and educational literature.