Overview of the current state of education and science in Ukraine in terms of Russian aggression (as of August 15 – September 03, 2022) [EN/UK] – Ukraine – ReliefWeb

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According to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) as of August 30, 2022 the number of refugees fled Ukraine for other countries since 24.02.2022 is more than 11,98 million persons. About 5.3 million people returned to Ukraine (since 28.02.2022).
According to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine as of September 05, 2022, since the beginning of the war, 382 children have been killed and 740 wounded. This data does not include data from areas where the active hostilities take place.
As of September 02, 2022, 2461 educational institutions have been damaged by bombing and shelling, 284 of them are completely destroyed.
The International August Pedagogical Scientific and Practical Conference “Education, educators – resilient in wartime” took place on August 18, 2022.
The event involved MPs, representatives of governmental authorities, of the Presidential Office, oblast military administrations, local self-government authorities, and educational civil society organizations.
The Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Serhiy Shkarlet has presented 4 models of learning in general secondary institutions in terms of full scale Russian aggression against Ukraine, based on 4 possible types of residence of the students:
educational process participants who reside or have returned to territories that are significantly distant from hostilities;
internally displaced educational process participants;
students from areas of active hostilities or temporarily occupied territories;
students temporarily residing outside Ukraine.
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