I think that it is the most important problem nowadays, because of that fewer and fewer people want to work in this profession. So, I think, if the salaries grows up, there will be more teachers and the educational I would opportunity the students to choose the lessons before primary school or 6,7 form which them like. And the main lessons such as russian,english and mathematics.
At the end of this period the seas receded to the approximately present day coasts of Black, Azov and Caspian seas to form one big sea.
The climate was very hot and humid, lush vegetation covered the ground and there were all kinds of large animals and birds. Then, during the Pliocene period, some 6 million years ago, the climate began to cool. Many plants and animals disappeared and only those, which could adapt to lower temperatures, such as fury mammoths and rhinoceroses, remained.
Later the ground froze up and soon ice sheets covered most of the northern part of Ukraine. When the ice retreated, life started to reappear.
Traces of human habitation in Ukraine, dating back at least 30 thousand years, became evident during geological excavations. Primitive stone tools, carvings from mammoth tusks, arrow heads made from flint stone, earthenware, bronze tools and weapons and gold jewelry found in different layers of earth enabled geologists to reconstruct the way of life of early man.
At first, during Old Stone Age Paleolithic Agehumans did not have domestic animals, could not make utensils and relied exclusively on hunting and fishing. Later, during Late Stone Age Neolithic Agethey began to make utensils from earth, kept domestic animals for milk and meat, constructed dwellings and cultivated the soil.
During the Bronze Age, about BC, and Iron Age, about BC, metal agricultural implements and weapons came into use; crafts and commerce began to develop. They traded wine, oil, and textiles, silver and gold wares and utensils with local tribes for grain and hides but they also engaged in slave trade.
They introduced Greek Culture and many tribes adopted Greek customs and religion. The Greek historian Herodotus documented information about Ukraine of this period.
There were numerous tribes in Ukraine, some nomadic, some agricultural; most of the time at war with each other. The oldest known main inhabitants of Ukraine were Cimmerians. They were replaced in 5th century BC by Scythians, who ruled till 2nd century BC; Sarmatian tribes then replaced them.
Later in 1st century AD the tribesmen of the dominant horde were called Alanis. They were followed in 5th-6th centuries by the Bulgars and Avars.
The exact origin of Slav people is unknown, but it can be assumed that they existed for a long time before they were mentioned in historical records by Romans in 1st century AD. A very strong Slav tribe called Wends developed in 4th century; their settlements extended from central Ukraine up to Baltic Sea.
When in the 6th century they moved to Southwest Germany, Antes became the dominant tribe in Ukraine. Although ruled by princes, they also had people's councils and tribal elders. According to legends, Kyiv was founded in the 5th century by three brothers Kiy, Shchek and Khoriv and their sister Lebid; later Kyiv was reigned by princes or chieftains Askold and Dyr.
At end of 7th century AD, Khazars established themselves on Caspian steppes, which somewhat shielded Ukraine from other Asian hordes. Also in the 7th century Greeks left Black Sea shores, thus causing a considerable gap in the documented history of Ukraine.
Khazar control of the steppe was breached in the late 9th century by the Magyars, who later were replaced by Pechenegs and then by Polovetsians as dominant tribes.
Prince Olekh established the Kyivan State proper in He conducted military expeditions to the shores of Caspian Sea and raided Byzantine cities. Prince Ehor followed him, inwho not only continued external raids but also had to fight insubordinate tribes of Ulitchs and Derevlans.
He died during a battle with Derevlans in His wife Olha revenged his death by brutal suppression of Derevlans.The main informational source about higher education in Ukraine for foreign students is Ukrainian State Center for International Education of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
Center is only one official state platform, which is engaged into preparation of foreign students for study in Ukraine.
On June , , at the invitation of the Minister of Education of the State of Israel Naftali Bennett, the Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Lilia Hrynevych paid a working visit to Israel. KYIV, Ukraine, March 4, – The newly appointed Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Serhiy Kvit introduced his deputies, today.
Announced were First Deputy Minister Inna Sovsun; Deputy Minister Chief of Staff Alexei Dniprova, and Deputy Minister Pavlo Polansky.
Nov 23, · The Ministry of education and science of Ukraine in cooperation with Google have implemented three large-scale project and continue to work for the introduction of digital technologies in education.
This was stated by the Deputy Minister of education and science of Ukraine Roman Rowing, the press service of the Ministry. The meeting participants were Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Lilia Hrynevich, President of the Union of Rectors of the Institutions of Higher Learning of Ukraine, Rector of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Leonid Hubersky, President of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine Vasyl Kremen and other.
Inna Sovsun became Ukraine’s youngest first deputy minister in She talks to The PIE about her aspirations for the country’s higher education system, the importance of collaborating internationally, and the need to engage domestic students in the university landscape.