An entrepreneur from Vyborg turned to the governor of the Leningrad region, Alexander Drozdenko, with a request for help in solving formal problems in organizing computer classes and conducting lessons for children.
The entrepreneur shared that after the coronavirus outbreak, many IT rooms were evacuated, but all the equipment remained there. A man would like to steer all this in a positive direction and start teaching children programming. The problem is the rent.
The head of the region positively assessed the idea, but noted that not only children, but also adults would like to study the computer specialty. In addition, various programs are currently being organized in the Leningrad region for the adaptation of men who returned from SVO with various injuries and can no longer work in physical specialties.
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