Recently, during the meeting which was held at the Donbass State Pedagogical University the main topic of educational reform was discussed. A reception was held between representatives from Verkhovna Rada and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine together with scholars from Sloviansk and Sloviansk region.

I  agree with Aleksandr Spivakovsky, the first deputy chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Committee on Education and Science, regarding the law of education. This is primarily the autonomy given to the territory, the school and, in the end, the teacher. The main thing in this law is the implementation of standards.

The central aspect of the educational reform emphasizes that it is a teacher who is known to be a creative person and can 'capitalize' a child. After the ninth grade, students will have an opportunity to build their academic career as well as a professional one. It is also enshrined in the law.

It is quite essential that the education law will open the opportunity for children from occupied territory to receive the worthy education. Additionally, students will get a chance get distance education as well as various modern, flexible forms of education. This law not only places Ukraine at the same level with European countries but also solve a significant amount of problems which was created by the war.

Only by creating the appropriate conditions we can attract young and talented specialists, experts in our field who can teach our children.