War from the chest got already forgotten professions.
Restore forgotten professions, speed up the curriculum, and give a little more practice instead of lectures. The war requires changes in education. Universities, schools and colleges are already considering how to release as many specialists as possible in the shortest possible time, who will rebuild the country. At the same time, they are already using their knowledge to help our army.
Thus, student cooks are now preparing food straight to the front, physicists are making chargers, and pharmacists are making medicine for our soldiers. And all this together with the teachers who led the student front. As TSN correspondent Olena Gushchyk observed during the United News marathon.
Driving lesson for the first year. The director of the school Lyudmyla Hryhorivna introduces a dozen young men. Tractor drivers, locksmiths, drivers – they have just got used to the new title of “student”, as they already have a crucial task, without truancy and twice as fast to learn the profession. Behind the wall is a gathered culinary battalion: The school principal says the war got its forgotten professions out of the box. And again she returned to the desks – former graduates. Now seamstresses dress our soldiers and are the first to test the program for future students.
In universities where distance learning is still available, humanitarian aid headquarters are being deployed, and senior law schools are providing free counseling to IDPs.
Now education needs to be adjusted in the conditions of war and reconstruction. For example, if psychology was taught in general, now it goes more to practical psychiatry and post-traumatic. Pharmaceutical specialties – if before they just taught general things, now they make ointments, pills for the needs of war.
The laboratory of Volyn University is actually a student canteen. Only in February, the rector approved the explosions, and the department of chemists decided – will do here what they do best. At least 10 boxes of drugs a day go to the front.