The Computerized Chess Lessons Will Be Launched in Georgian Schools. The Memorandum Has Been Signed By Garry Kasparov

Время публикации: 26.05.2012 08:24 | Последнее обновление: 26.05.2012 08:24

As we've already reported Garry Kasparov has visited Tbilisi, Georgia. The former World Champion congratulated GM Baadur Jobava who has won the Georgian Championship and watched the 10th game of the World Championship match Anand - Gelfand together with the Georgian Champion and other famous Georgian players. 

However, the main reason of Kasparov's visit was signing a memorandum with the General Director of the National Science Foundation of the Ministry of Education Sulkhan Sisauri. The memorandum provides introduction of computerized chess programmes in schools as well as promotion of this sport. Georgia will become the first country in the world where this method will be implemented. The new programme will be launched in September 2012. The news agency quotes Kasparov who mentioned chess is not just a sport, but it's also a cheap way for improving the system of education. 

The signing ceremony of the document was attended by the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitri Shashkini and the President of the Georgian Chess Federation Gia Giorgadze.



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