He stated this at an all-Ukrainian meeting on preparations for the new academic year during his visit to Dnipropetrovsk region on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"Now we have more than 20 projects for the construction of new schools, which should be launched this year all over Ukraine," Groysman said.
According to him, these projects will be co-financed from the regional development fund.
He said that new schools would help solve the problem of overcrowded schools, in particular, in big cities.
At the same time, the prime minister said that 388 hub schools had currently been created in Ukraine.
"It is very important that we start a program for the creation of hub schools. Today we have 388 schools of this kind in Ukraine," Groysman said.
According to him, Kirovohrad, Lviv, Zhytomyr and Kyiv regions best deal with the creation of such schools.
Groysman also said that in the process of creating hub schools priority should also be given to the provision of children with proper transportation, as well as high-quality road infrastructure.