Liliya Hrynevych Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Liliya Hrynevych is a 56-years-old Ukrainian Politician from the Russia. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

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According to the wiki and biography of Liliya Hrynevych was born on 13 May 1965 in Russia. let’s check out the Liliya’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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Hrynevych took part in the July 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election with the party Ukrainian Strategy. But in the election this party did get not enough votes to clear the 5% election threshold and thus won no parliamentary seats.

The learning conditions for the students in rural areas was  a special  concern for the Ministry. To improve these, a hub school network was created in May 2019. 785 hub schools and 1,272 hub school branches were established to build up the network in Ukraine. The hub schools and their brances were assigned a priority of establishing modern science, math and computer classes, and transportation of the children from remote villages by school buses.

As Minister, Liliia Hrynevych launched an active anti-bullying campaign. The campaign found its support in the Law passed by the Parliament. The Law provides for counteracting bullying and introduces administrative penalties for bullying during the educational process. Additionally, the new Law on Education introduces the Institute of Educational Ombudsmen to ensure the students’, educators’, and scholars’ rights.


In 2018, a voluntary teacher certification was introduced aiming to identify teachers with a high professional level, innovative teaching methods and ability to share their experience. The certified teachers are payed a 20% bonus.

The  Agreement on financing the EU4Skills Project: Best Skills for Modern Ukraine was signed between Ukraine and the European Commission In 2018. The project attracted EUR 58 million in total and aims to  create a network of Professional Excellence Centers,   including purchase of new equipment, professional development of masters and teachers, development of new curricula and standards for students.

During her time in office, Minister Liliia Hrynevychmodernised the system of admission to higher education institutions.  The admission is based on external independent testing (ZNO) results and the entire procedure is carried out online on the principle ‘an offer goes to the best candidate’. A mandatory standard entrance exam is introduced as secondary admission criteria for the  Law and International Law courses. The National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance, Higher education competency based standards were developed for 266 specialisms.

Minister Liliia Hrynevychpaid special attention to the research development at university. For the first time the government funded a program aimed to create   centers for collective use of research equipment at higher education institutions.  Establishment of eight  centers at Ukrainian universities was funded by the state budget in 2018.

Starting in 2018, the Antarctic research at “Akademik Vernadsky”, a Ukrainian polar station,  intensified. The National Antarctic Scientific Center  headed by Evgen Dykyi, a marine ecology researcher and Ukrainian activist, renewed its full membership in the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, modernized the station, provided high-quality Internet and communication; Ukrainian women joined the expedition for the first time in 20 years on the mainland.

As described by Liliia herself, she met her future husband Mykhaylo during their student years, when Liliia was involved in student activities. In particular, she sang in the ‘Cheremosh’ student group.


The preparation and implementation of the reform began in 2017 with 100 schools in Ukraine starting to pilot the new programs. The State Standard for Primary Education was approved In February 2018, and in September that year, all first-graders in the country began the school year in the updated learning envirnment with the  teachers using modern teaching methods according to the new State Standard.

The Government   subsidized the  refurbishment of schools and  renovation of the educational environment. The state investments in school infrastructure in 2017 amounted to UAH 1 009.5 mln, in 2018 – UAH 2 509 mln, and in 2019 – UAH 3 886.3 mln.

The Law on Education adopted in September 2017 laid down the main provisions of the educational reform. The adoption of the Law was followed by an extensive discussions of Article 7, which specifies the state language in the education system. The state leaders of Romania and Hungary claimed the language article of the Law  restricted the rights of the national minorities in Ukraine.

Ukraine addressed the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) and asked for its Opinion. In December 2017, when the Venice Commission was considering the legitimacy of Article 7, Liliia Hrynevychprovided convincing arguments and successfully defended the article “Language of Education”. In July 2019, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine recognized the constitutionality of the Law on Education.

Pursuant to the Law on Education, the State Service for Education Quality (SSEQ)was established in 2017, which is responsible for upholding  the state education standards and ensuring the proper education quality  under the decentralized conditions. The basic principle of its activity is to assist educational institutions, management, teachers in improving the quality of their activities as well as  the quality of the student learning outcomes.

Liliia Hrynevychinitiated transformation of the scientific research management and financing system. In 2017–2018, the budgetary funding of science and research  managed by the Ministry increased by 69%. The National Council for Science and TechnologyDevelopment began its work which made impact on the policy-making in the area.

In 2017, the Ministry of Education and Science first financed the access of the Ukrainian universities and research institutions  to Scopus and the Web of Science. In 2019 these scientometric bases were available for all state budgeted universities and scientific institutions at the state budget costs.


During the early parliamentary elections in 2014, Liliia Hrynevych was elected to Parliament on the lists of “Government Party in Power” and “People’s Front”, headed at that time by Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Liliia Hrynevych ran on a multi-mandate platform, and was ranked ninth in the list of the party[8]. In the 8th convocation Parliament (Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine), Liliia Hrynevych continued working as a Chair of the Parliament Committee on Science and Education on developing legislative initiatives that enabled reforms in the national system of education including the academic research field. Liliia Hrynevych co-chaired an Equal Opportunities inter-factional union created in the 8th convocation Parliament in December 2014. Liliia H. was a co-author of the Draft Law on Amendments to Legal Acts of Ukraine, in particular, a gender equality legislative initiative on equal rights and opportunities for women and men in the election process. On 14 April 2016, the Verkhovna Rada Parliament of Ukraine appointed a new Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, which included Liliia Hrynevych designated as Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Development of the education system   was a priority  of   Volodymyr Groysman’s government. Over the three years of Liliia Hrynevych’s work in the Government, the consolidated budget for education  increased from UAH 129.4 billion to UAH 246 billion. Particular attention was paid to rising the salaries in the education sector. From 2016 to 2019, teacher salaries  increased by over 80%. In pre-school education, the priority was to eliminate the waiting lists for enrolment to kindergartens.  Co-operation with local authorities made it possible to shorten the wating lists from 96,000 seats in 2016 to 33,600 in 2019.

In December 2016, the Government approved the Policy Proposal to reform the general secondary education. The reform aimed at transition from a “knowledge only school” to a “school of competencies”, that is the ability to use the obtained knowledge to solve practical problems and form value-based relationships.

An important area of  the Ministry of Education and Science activity was development of inclusive education carried out in cooperation with Maryna Poroshenko, the Head of the Poroshenko Charitable Foundation. Between 2016 and 2018, the number of children with special educational needs who enrolled in secondary schools increased from 2 720 to 12 000. Inclusive Resource Centers were set up to assist parents and teachers in creating an individual development program for each child with special educational needs.

Modernization of vocational education became an important priority of the Ministry’s activities under the guidance of Liliia Hrynevych. The implementation of the investment program in 2016-2018 made it possible to create 100 training and practical centers  for the most acute professions, where students can learn to work with modern materials, equipment and technologies.


In 2013 the creation of a Parliamentary Commission for Future Affairs was proposed. The task before this committee, as it was seen, should have been in helping MPs to consider issues related to forecasts and future plans, identify priority areas for technological innovation and innovative development of the nation, process models for future development, and to analyze various government programs.During this convocation of the Parliament of Ukraine, on 22 April 2015, a temporary Commission of the Parliament of Ukraine of the issues of the Future was created. 228 MPs were in favour of this Regulation No. 2219 on the second reading. Liliia Hrynevych was on the Commission.

The main developers of higher education reform in Ukraine in general and the Higher Education law have been, in addition to Liliia Hrynevych as the Chairman of Parliamentary Committee of Ukraine on Science and Education considered to be key include the former Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine, Serhiy Kvit, and the developer of the first draft of the new law, Member of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine and Rector of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Mykhaylo Zghurovsky. Liliia Hrynevych initiated changes to the science management system, enshrined in the Law on Scientific and Technical Activities, which was supported by 235 parliamentarians in November 2015. The Law, in particular, defines legal, administrative and financial foundations for developments in the Scientific and Technical sphere. The Law also establishes the National Council for Science and Technology Development and the National Research Fund. The drafting and adoption of the Law on Education made it possible to launch ‘The New Ukrainian School’, the reform of general secondary education. It was under the chairmanship of Liliia Hrynevych, that the draft Committee prepared the Draft Law on Education and sent it to the Parliament for re-reading in 2016. In 2017 the document was finalized and adopted in the second reading. Among other achievements – the adoption of amendments to the Budget Code, and changes related to the organization of inclusive education.


In 1992 after the independence of Ukraine, Liliia Hrynevych worked in Lviv at school No. 7, where she was transferred from her role as a biology teacher to that of deputy Headmistress in national education. Liliia was awarded another degree in 1993 with the qualification “Economist-manager” from the Interdisciplinary Institute for professional training and development at Lviv Polytechnic State University. Liliia researched problems in reforming education systems at internship programs in Warsaw University and Columbia University. In 1994 she moved to Lviv specialized school No. 53, where she worked as deputy director for educational work, while undertaking an intensive course in the study of English. After four years she was transferred to another specialized school in the same city, No. 28, to take on the role of Headmistress, while undertaking an intensive course in the study of German. In this role, the future Minister worked until 2002. In 2002 Liliia Hrynevych relocated to Kyiv, where she worked at the Krok City Institute of Economics and Law as a senior lecturer in the Department of Management. At the same time, Liliia took on a part-time role as Director of the Renaissance International Fund Centre for Technology in Testing. She participated in the creation of the Ukrainian Centre for Educational Quality Assessment, which she headed during February to August 2006. During her work at the Centre, Liliia Hrynevych was deeply involved in the development of External Independent Testing of pupils and applicants to higher education. The result was the introduction of External Independent Testing ( EIT) at a nationwide level. In 2005 Liliia Hrynevych presented the thesis on “Trends in Decentralization of Basic Education Management in Modern Poland” and obtained PhD in Pedagogy, specialty 13.00.01 – General Pedagogy and History of Pedagogy.

In December of that year, after election to Parliament, she Headed the Committee on Science and Education. After her appointment to this position Liliia Hrynevych defined the key tasks in this role as: ensuring fair and equitable access to higher education, increased access to education and improvements in its quality. In particular, improving legislation on these matters. At that time a new version of the law on higher education in Ukraine was being drafted. On 15 June 2013, after the amalgamation of the Front for Change and Batkivshchina parties, she became one of the deputy leaders of the new Batkivshchina Party. That same year Liliia joined several newly created parliamentary groups and associations. In particular, parliamentary groups on interparliamentary relations with countries such as Israel, Italy, Canada, South Korea, Poland, Russia, Singapore, the United States, Turkey, Hungary, and Finland.

Liliia Hrynevych has initiated three fundamental reforms in the education and social-humanitarian spheres: the External Independent Testing, the new Law of Ukraine “On Higher Education”, aimed at reforming the national tertiary education and “New Ukrainian School” – a reform of the general secondary education defined by the Law of Ukraine “On education ”. Implementation of External Independent Testing has led to equal access to education for everyone as well as a reduction in corruption in education in Ukraine. The Higher Education Law of Ukraine in 2014 established many innovations in higher education in Ukraine. In particular, this autonomy of universities, increased roles for student unions, changes in educational levels and academic degrees according to international practice, a new classification of universities, and new financing higher education.


At the time of the Parliamentary Elections in 2012 she was studying as a doctoral student at the Institute of Teacher Education and Adult Education of the National Academy of Pedagogical Science of Ukraine. In autumn 2012, following the elections to the Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parliament), Liliia Mikhaylivna Hrynevych was elected an MP of Ukraine to the 7th convocation as No. 14 in the list of the United All-Ukrainian “Batkivshchina” (Fatherland) Party.


During her tenure during the 7th convocation, Liliia Hrynevych introduced 110 Bills and resolutions, 14 of which have entered into force, and submitted 23 parliamentary inquiries. The total includes 261 amendments to Bills, of which 244 have been adopted. During her tenure during the 8th convocation Liliia Hrynevych has introduced 82 bills and resolutions, 37 of which have entered into force, and submitted 10 parliamentary inquiries. The total included 52 amendments to Bills of which 34 have been adopted.


From 2006 to 2009, Hrynevych headed the Kiev City State Administration’s education department. Representing Fatherland, she was elected to the 7 convocation of Verkhovna Rada during the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election. Placing 9th on the party list of People’s Front, she was re-elected in the 2014 parliamentary election.She served as the chair of the Parliamentary Committee for Science and Education for two terms (7 and 8 concvocations of Verkhovna Rada).


For many years, 1987 to 2002, she worked in secondary education in Ukraine as a teacher, deputy headmistress and headmistress in a number of Lviv schools. She was one of the founders of the Ukrainian Centre for Educational Quality Assessment, of which she was the Director from February to August 2006, focusing her efforts on the development of External Independent Assessment at a national level. Her political career began with the political party “Front for Change”, as an advisor to party leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk on education. In 2012 she was elected as an MP to the Ukrainian Parliament leading the Parliamentary Committee for Science and Education, of which she was the Head until 2016. She has been awarded a Commander of the Order of Princess Olha degree, and has been awarded an “Excellence in Education of Ukraine” medal. She is an Honorary Senator of the Ukrainian Catholic University.

Born into a family of teachers, Liliia was 17 years old when she entered Ivan Franko State University of Lviv.She graduated from university in 1987 with the qualification “Biochemist. Lecturer”. Liliia Hrynevych worked as a laboratory assistant from August to November 1987 in the Department of Biochemistry. Later she worked for some time as a tutor during the day in Lviv school No. 70, until in 1988 she was transferred to Lviv school No. 7 as a biology teacher, where she worked in this capacity until 1992.


Liliia Mykhailivna Hrynevych (Ukrainian: Лілія Михайлівна Гриневич , born 13 May 1965) is a Ukrainian educator, politician and civil servant, a Member of the Parliaments of the 7th and 8th Convocation from December 2012 to April 2016. From April 2016 to August 2019 —the Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine; the first woman-Minister of Education and Science in the period of the Ukrainian independence. She has a PHD in Education.

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Real Name Liliia Mykhailivna Hrynevych
Nickname Liliya
Profession Politician

Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

Age (2021) 56 Years
Birthplace Ukrainian SSR
Date Of Birth 13 May 1965
Sunsign Taurus
Hometown Ukrainian SSR
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Nationality Ukrainian

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Liliia Mykhailivna Hrynevych Net Worth

The Liliia Mykhailivna Hrynevych Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD

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