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LEPL - National Education Quality Development Center - Coordinating Council is a collegial body established to ensure the involvement of stakeholders in the management and development of the center.

The Coordinating Council works on:

A) The Center's action / strategic plans, develops proposals for changes in them and the main directions of the Center's activities;

B) Authorization and accreditation standards and procedures, develop proposals for their further improvement;

C) Reports on the activities of the Center and the draft budget of the Center;

D) The results of the external evaluation of the Center's activities;

E) Opportunities for international cooperation in the field of quality assurance in education and develops relevant recommendations.

Members of the Coordination Council of the LEPL - National Center for Education Quality Enhancement:

Nunu Mitskevich - Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia;

Giorgi Sharvashidze - LEPL - Rector of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University;

Giga Zedania - LEPL - Rector of Ilia State University;

Davit Gurgenidze - LEPL - Rector of Georgian Technical University;

Roland Kopaliani - Rector of Akaki Tsereteli State University;

Zurab Vadachkoria - LEPL - Rector of Tbilisi State Medical University;

David Kereselidze - A (A) IP - Chairman of the Academic Council of New Vision University;

Manana Kapetivadze - LEPL - Teacher of Baghdati Public School №2;

Ani Kitiashvili - Doctor of Psychology, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Psychology and Education;

Nino Zambakhidze - A (A) IP teacher of Baghdati Public School №2;

Ketevan Bochorishvili - Executive Director of JSC - "Anaklia City";

Susan Caldschmidt - EFQM Licensed Trainer;

Giorgi Kurdiani - LEPL - Doctoral student of Tbilisi Apollon Kutateladze State Academy of Arts.



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