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Youth and Sports Minister Kralev Takes Part in Video Conference Meeting of EU Counterparts 01.12.2020
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National Programme for Training Teachers for Bulgarian Schools Abroad to Be Launched Next Year

02.12.2019
Sofia, December 2 (BTA) - A national programme will be launched next year to train teachers for Bulgarian schools abroad, exchange educational innovations and organize forums to share successful practices in working with bilingual children, Deputy Education and Science Minister Denitsa Sacheva said. She was speaking at a Balkan forum in Istanbul, entitled "Strategies for Bulgarian Language Learning in a Foreign Language Environment," her ministry reported on Monday. There are more than 400 Bulgarian schools in 50 foreign countries, the press release said. Over 2,000 teachers work with 50,000 students in these schools. More than half of the students attend extra-curricular activities aimed to preserve their Bulgarian cultural and national identity, Bulgarian folklore and traditions. The forum, hosted by the Sunday School of the Bulgarian Exarchate in Istanbul, involved the sharing of good practices and a discussion on the training of teachers. It was attended by teachers from Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Greece, North Macedonia and Turkey. Sacheva also visited Istanbul University. She and University Rector Mahmut Ak considered the possibility to introduce the study of the Bulgarian language and literature at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. The idea is supported by the Faculty of Letters. The sides reached agreement to set up a Bulgarian section at the library of Istanbul University. The study of Bulgarian as a second foreign language was launched at Istanbul University this autumn, with six students signed up for the course. Sacheva met with the students and gave them their first Bulgarian-language textbooks and works by Bulgarian poets and writers. RY/VE Source: Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2115237
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