ANKARA (IGFA) – Speaking at the EVKİT Distribution Ceremony held at Elmadağ Hasanoğlan Course Equipment Manufacturing Center, Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer stated that the preparations for the 2022-2023 academic year continue very heavily, and last week he added the materials produced to increase access to pre-school education from here. he reminded them of their farewells.
Noting that the summer period passed with heavy preparations so that students, teachers and school administrators could continue their education in more prosperous environments when the academic year started on September 12, 2022, Özer said, “Our friends could not take a vacation at all. They made great sacrifices. I offer my deepest gratitude.” he said.
Stating that last week, free textbooks and auxiliary resources were delivered to all schools within the scope of steps centered on equality of opportunity in education with his prestige, Minister Özer said, “As our President had previously heralded, 130 million auxiliary resources were printed for the first time and delivered to all our schools and all our classrooms.” he said.
Emphasizing that the problem of auxiliary resources was resolved in one year with the devoted efforts of the Ministry of National Education staff, Minister Özer said that the number of books to be distributed only to 12th grade students is 20. Özer gave the message that they will continue to solve chronic problems slowly and peacefully.
A TOTAL OF 3.1 BILLION TL BUDGET SENT TO SCHOOLS
Referring to the steps they have taken regarding the budget problem that has been going on for many years, Özer said, “We solved the problem of not sending budgets to schools in this period. We sent their budgets to all our schools in basic education – from kindergarten to primary and secondary school in Turkey – just as budgets are sent to all schools in secondary education. What We sent the budget for cleaning materials, stationery, small repairs, laboratories, equipment needs. 3.1 billion liras… It has been sent to all our schools in Turkey, but our schools are now able to use half of it.” used the terms.