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Liberty Bank Awards Teachers of Children with Special Needs

To celebrate the Teachers International Day, Georgia’s Ministry of Education and Science and the Teachers National Center held a celebratory evening on October 5.

Georgia’s PM Irakli Garibashvili, Education and Science Minister Tamar Sanikidze, Liberty Bank director Armen Matevosian and the Teachers National Center head Giorgi Machabeli greeted the gathered teachers.

Tamar Sanikidze gave an honorary prize to the select few teachers. The Ministry’s honorary prize is designed to celebrate the teachers who have made a great contribution into bringing up the future generation.

Teachers National Center head Giorgi Machabeli also awarded the Center’s member teachers. The selected 12 teachers received a certificate and a prize from the Teachers National Center.

Liberty Bank also awarded eight teachers who educate students with special needs.

“Liberty Bank, which serves 80% of the country’s educational institutions, wants to make its little contribution and give a financial prize to the eight teachers who work with students with special needs,” Liberty Bank Director said. “It is a very difficult and important job. It is important that every citizen of our country, regardless of their health constraints, becomes a full member of the society.”