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Chief Executive Michael O’Sullivan has visited Macedonia to launch the second phase of our work with the Ministry of Education and Science and the Education Development Bureau in Macedonia.
The first phase of the work introduced new maths and science curricula, together with accompanying textbooks, to Grades 1–3 in all Macedonian state primary schools. Teachers started implementing these new curricula in September 2014.
Following the success of this stage of the project, we are now working with the government and teachers in Macedonia on the introduction of maths and science curricula for Grades 4–6.
To mark this new phase of the work, Michael O’Sullivan visited a Skopje elementary school with Spiro Ristovski, Deputy Minister of Education and Science, to see teachers and pupils working on the new curriculum.
In the picture above, Spiro Ristokski, right, meets pupils working on maths and science at Grades 1–3. With him are Vesna Horvatovik, Director, Bureau for Development of Education, left, and Abdulakjim Ademi, Minister of Education and Science.