BARNAUL, 2 Mar – RIA Novosti. Equipping schools with modern IT technologies will continue, said Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
“Without a doubt. We have developed appropriate capabilities within a number of government projects. We are currently implementing the Digital Platform in 15 regions, this is still an experimental process,” Mishustin said at a meeting with teachers at secondary school 53 in Barnaul, responding to the question of plans to equip schools with modern technology.
He noted that one of the teachers at school 53 asked to join the project, and promised her to resolve this issue. The prime minister also said that quantoriums and technoparks are being created throughout the country for in-depth study of individual subjects. According to him, about 224 technoparks will be opened in the country by 2024. In addition, growth points will be opened for rural schools. “Appropriate federal budget funds are envisaged to equip schools, corresponding growth points, technoparks and quantoriums with modern equipment,” Mishustin said.