Diagnostics assessment of knowledge and skills of teachers at state general education institutions will be conducted in 26 districts and cities in November-December, 2016. The assessment will involve teachers – on both a fixed-term and termless basis – as well as pre-conscription trainers at general education institutions in Lankaran, Astara, Lerik, Yardimli, Bilasuvar, Salyan, Neftchala, Qusar, Quba, Siyazan, Shabran, Khizi, Qobustan, Shamakhi, Ismayilli, Aghsu, Kurdamir, Ujar, Zardab, Aghjabadi, Shamkir, Goygol, Dashkasan, Samukh, Gadabay and Shusha.
The diagnostic assessment will contribute to defining teachers` knowledge and skills, regulating their teaching load, increasing wages, and involving them in improvement trainings.
The teachers who did not participate in the diagnostic assessment in 2015 as well as newly recruited teachers can also attend the assessment.
The last two years saw diagnostic performance assessment of nearly 60,000 teachers at general education institutions in Baku and 12 districts of the country. These teachers had their weekly workload and monthly wages grow 1.5 times and 2 times respectively.
This diagnostic assessment will contribute to increasing the number of the teachers whose wages grew to 100,000.