All 9 videos of the project “Stories, Which Are Not from Textbooks” have been published on YouTube. The project has involved school principals, teachers, students and their parents, who understand the value of education and its undeniable importance for the future of every Ukrainian. It has been implemented by the “Learning Together” project in collaboration with a public activist and TV presenter Oleksandr Pedan.
“The situations faced by Ukrainian education have long gone beyond just stories from textbooks. The teachers’ dedication to their work and the students’ pursuit of knowledge and change are inspiring. When I see such heroes of the project, I am convinced that we are on the right path to creating a comfortable and interesting educational environment”, said the Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Oksen Lisovyi.
The project “Stories, Which Are Not from Textbooks” focuses on teachers, parents and students who are examples of invincibility and, despite the circumstances, continue to teach and gain knowledge.
The heroes and heroines of the project were:
“Stories, Which Are Not from Textbooks” demonstrate that the New Ukrainian School is a reform that fundamentally changes Ukrainian education and Ukrainian society. The key values of the NUS are respect, trust, security, dignity and love for your country.
In project videos, the heroes and heroines revealed various aspects of the NUS, in particular:
All 9 videos of the project can be viewed on the YouTube channel “Pedan Can”.