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Penza online education center graduates receive presents from Rostelecom

10:58 | 02.07.2015 | Society


Penza, 2 July 2015. PenzaNews. 14 children with disabilities who graduated the regional online education program received presents from Rostelecom, such as e-book readers and commemorative souvenirs, during the award ceremony held in the Penza gubernatorial boarding lyceum for gifted children.

Penza online education center graduates receive presents from Rostelecom

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According to Lev Dyatlov, director of the Penza Rostelecom branch, the company has been providing the students access to the Internet for several years.

“We are glad to see the partnership with the online education center develop. Our professionals do all to make the online education process as much comfortable as possible. And congratulating the graduates already became a good custom for us,” he said.

In her turn, Lyubov Kurnosova, deputy headmaster for curriculum and discipline of the lyceum, addressed the graduates and congratulated them with their diplomas.

“You have completed your education and leave off for the adult life. Your secondary education certificates were earned with hard work and great labor with the help of your parents and the whole teachers team,” she noted.

“Rostelecom” has set up 265 Internet access points for the teachers and students at their places of residence as part of the program “Online Education for Children with Disabilities,” the press service of the Penza branch for Rostelecom informed PenzaNews agency.

“All members of the program were provided unlimited Internet access with the bandwidth above 1 Mbps. This ensures they can use such fundamental online resources as websites, e-mail, file exchange and malware data filtering,” the company added.

The press service also noted that the number of children who had graduated from the online education center for children with disabilities at the gubernatorial boarding lyceum since 2010 has reached 66 people over five years.

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