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Georgian Post Suspends School Textbook Delivery Service

Published: September 3, 2013 | 11:07 am
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The Georgian Post has suspended its school textbook delivery service, stating the government’s decision to distribute the textbooks to public schools free of charge to be the main reason for the move. Private school pupils will also be unable to order the textbooks online for the new academic year. According to a statement from the Georgian Post, it will be impossible to resume the online service, should the free textbook project be continued next year.
The Ministry of Education has stated that it will ensure the delivery of the textbooks to public schools itself, while private school pupils will be able to purchase the textbooks in bookshops. The Georgian Post was operating the school textbook delivery service since 2011

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