Education in Georgia: by Leila Kavtarashvili

Everyone in our country has the right to an education. It is written in our constitution. But it isn’t only a right, it is a duty too. Every boy and girl in Georgia must go to school. They must get a secondary education. So when they are 6 and 7 years old they begin to go to school. There are thousands of schools in Georgia. There are schools of general education where the pupils study Georgian, literature, maths, history, biology, geography, music and foreign languages. There are also a number of specialized schools, where the pupils get profound knowledge of foreign languages, maths or physics.02-A36A5350

After finishing 9 classes of secondary school young people can continue their education at different kinds of technical schools or colleges. They not only learn general subjects, but receive a specialty there. When they finish secondary school or college young people can continue learning at university if they pass national exams. By the way, some people think that a higher education makes it easier to go on with professional training .