Centralized examinations may return to school

31 August 2012 16:12  46319874 020385
Centralized examinations may return to school

Government will consider establishing a centralized medical examination of students in secondary schools.

The Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov said that during a dialogue with representatives of the parents' committee of Kyiv specialized school № 16, informs Ukrinform.

"We will consider establishing a centralized medical examination of students in schools, during which doctors will be coming to schools and examine all students," - said the head of government.

In addition, he noted that the Cabinet would pay special attention to physical education of children so they grow up healthy. According to the Prime Minister, there will be changes to the curriculum. "We need to find a balance between the enormous amount of knowledge and physical abilities of children" - said Azarov.

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