Since 2014, Ukraine has been going through a challenging period of social change. Following the public demands for democracy, human rights and rule of law, the state has been investing much effort in introducing democratic reforms in many areas of public life, including education.
Teachers, students and parents involved
Trainers supporting school teams
Schools active in the network
Schools for Democracy: Supporting education reforms in Ukraine aims to support democratic reforms in school education by promoting democratic culture and democratic citizenship in policy and practice.
In close cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Schools for Democracy aims to support systemic democratic transformations in the country. In particular, the programme supports the development and implementation of new policies. We facilitate re-training of teachers and school heads, and we support schools building safe and inclusive learning environments. Innovative teaching and learning materials, including digital, are also developed within the programme.
Democratic School Development
Regional Cooperation between Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
Ukrainian schools use and develop toolbox
A new curriculum for democratic competences in Ukraine
Ukraine recently approved a new competence based curriculum for basic secondary education. “The main change is that students will be offered the possibility to influence more the way things are being taught and that the teachers will have a chance to accommodate the students’ requests, says Roman Shyyan, deputy director of the Reform support team in Ukraine
Successful marathon of online trainings in Ukraine
Schools for Democracy alumni wins prestigious title in Ukraine
EWC increases support to Ukrainian education reform
Schools for Democracy Project Report 2017-2019
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Schools for Democracy moved online
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