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"Let's revive the Soviet school of education. It was the best in the world, everyone has always recognized this, and this is what our legislative proposals should be aimed at. After all, the Unified State Exam is just some kind of torture for young people."
Bad news for Russian language students: it looks like there might soon be some new spelling rules to memorize.
Get ready for workout videos, dance clips, and photos of avocado toast: Russia's Ministry of Education is considering adding blogging to some curricula.
A Yakut school's graduating class consisted of only one student, which means he receives all of our congratulations.
In a year filled with death and mourning, we remember an individual who was, for this magazine, profoundly influential and truly remarkable.
Russia came in 41st in an annual ranking of countries by English proficiency.
A Russian agency has banned some foods from school cafeterias in Russia, including ketchup.
This week is full of surprises: Moscow schools train future journalists; cars branch out into new materials; and vodka exports decline, which is maybe less surprising than you'd think.
“A man caught the pillow. As it later turned out, it was the driver of the Tomskoe Pivo [Beer] enterprise, and he tried to hastily hide it in his car… The driver was detained.”
News from around Russia, on everything from bicycles to Bunin, from mystery graves to trolleybuses.
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