The complete Rehabilitation of Tbilisi’s 53rd and 211th public schools continues actively. The Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Gela Geladze, got acquainted with the ongoing Rehabilitation works with the chairman of Tbilisi City Council, Giorgi Tkemaladze.
Gela Geladze evaluated the progress of rehabilitation works on the spot and noted that the rehabilitation process of schools 53 and 211 is being carried out within the planned time limits, according to international standards.
It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili’s decision resulted in the complete rehabilitation of school buildings. It is being done within the framework of the unprecedented large-scale project, the SPP’s Agency for Educational and Scientific Infrastructure Development.
The Rehabilitation works of the 53rd public school, which cost more than 8 250 000 GEL, are carried out by following construction standards, using ecologically friendly materials by European standards.
After completing the works, the school will function as a learning space, along with the science and computer laboratories, gym, library, canteen, resource room, and doctor’s office.
The school will be fully adapted for persons with disabilities and be equipped with all the appropriate learning resources and supplies.
The Rehabilitation works include restoring and strengthening the building in the historical district of Tbilisi. Within the framework of the full Rehabilitation, the historical image of the school will be fully preserved.
As a result of the infrastructure project, by the end of 2024, more than 1400 students of public school 53 will continue their studies in a fully adapted school with modern educational infrastructure.
Construction works are also underway in the 211th public school, where the rehabilitation process is carried out according to international standards. The cost of the project is 4 850 000 GEL.
As a result of the implementation of rehabilitation works, the school and learning spaces will be provided with natural and computer laboratories, a gym, a library, a resource room, a doctor’s office and equipped recreational spaces.
The public education facility will be fully adapted for students with special educational needs and be equipped with all the proper learning resources and supplies.
Levan Sukhitashvili, Head of the Educational and Scientific Infrastructure Agency and Deputy Chairman of Tbilisi City Council Zurab Abashidze, also inspected the ongoing rehabilitation works.