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The activity of institutions of secondary vocational education at the beginning of 2008/09 school year
14.01.2009
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The activity of institutions of secondary vocational education at the beginning of 2008/09 school year

Pupils in secondary vocational education. At the beginning of 2008/09 school year the network of secondary vocational education contained 75 units, of which 2 units (schools of trades) appertained to non- government sector. The network of secondary vocational education units was made of 23 schools of trades (including 6 units nearby penitentiaries), 50 vocational schools and 2 vocational lyceums.

At the beginning of 2008/09 school year 24,3 thousand schoolchildren were studying in secondary vocational institutions, that is almost of the same level as registered in previous school year. Distribution of schoolchildren by types of institutions was the following: 13,5% - in schools of trades, 78,1% - in vocational schools and 8,4% - in vocational lyceums. Share of pupils in public institutions was of 99,2%.

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