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St. Petersburg's deputy governor put forth a compelling reason for his city's more lax coronavirus regulations, compared to Moscow's.
One of Russia's top universities goes online, via Minecraft.
Millennials studying Russian will determine the future of U.S.-Russia relations. How they differ from their Sovietologist predecessors.
If the All-Russian Teachers' Union gets their way, a fine could take the place of detention.
Guard duty sends an old villager back to school, and down a broad and dusty lane full of memories.
As if trapped in a time warp, a remote village school in the Mari El Republic preserves a largely forgotten style of schooling, mostly cut off from the twenty-first century.
Five Russian oblasts have schooled the rest in good socio-economic policy, according to recent awards from the Expert Institute of Social Research.
A few insights to help you make it through Russian 101, from someone who's got a little experience.
“My personal opinion: any child loves running, jumping, drawing, singing, And maybe not everyone can do it ‘perfectly,’ but to give a student a ‘C’ (‘troika’) just because they lack a musical ear is, in my opinion, not right.”
– Education Minister Olga Vasilyeva
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