10:43 23 Apr 2024

Solutions from Ukraine: new education app "Mriia" to debut for students, parents, and teachers

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According to Mykhailo Fedorov, the head of the Ministry of Digital Transformation, an educational application for schoolchildren, their parents, and teachers, "Mriia" ["Dream"—ed.], will be launched in Ukraine in April.

Forbes writes about it.

By the end of the month, the first 40 schools will be connected to it.

1,000 schools will participate in the project by the end of 2024, and an additional 10,000 schools will join in 2025.

"This will be a breakthrough. Sooner or later, any country will come to this and say: 'Damn, we need to do something with the education system because people in that country have been creating startups and capitalizing on them for 15 years,'" Mykhailo Fedorov said.

As previously reported by Rubryka, an analog of the digital application "Diia" will be developed, which will offer educational and security services to parents and children under the name "Mriia."

This aims to provide the child with their own educational space and a specialized developmental algorithm.

The application will help the child, parents, and teachers navigate the educational process and beyond more effectively. It will indicate in time what to pay attention to and what to devote more time to.

It will contain a library of content that this child needs, including information about educational programs, courses, video materials, extracurricular activities, Olympiads, and clubs.

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As Rubryka previously reported, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky unveiled the innovative educational digital project "Mriia" on the Day of Knowledge. This resource will be accessible to Ukrainian students, their parents, teachers, and those living abroad.

"We will create another system—the Ukrainian "Mriia." This is a special application that will support everything related to parenting, parents, and children—services that parents need and that children need—development and education, security, and contact with the state," he said.

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