education in Russia

Pay raises expect Dagestan teachers

Dagestan teachers' salaries will be increased, the corresponding resolution of the regional cabinet comes into force on September 1. The raise will amount to 3 000 rubles. "For example, the salary of a teacher who does not have …

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Russia allows entry to foreign students

According to the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, the decision was made to open the country’s borders for foreign students. Thus, the ease of epidemiological restrictions will not apply to all foreigners receiving education in …

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COVID-19 restrictions in Moscow eased

Moscow’s authorities are easing some of the city’s coronavirus restrictions, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced on Thursday. Colleges, sports schools, supplementary educational facilities and children’s leisure facilities …

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Yerevan hosts Russian-Armenian Youth Forum

The 6th Armenian-Russian Youth Forum "New Opportunities for Youth: Prospects for Sustainable Development" was held at the Russian-Armenian University in Yerevan on December 23. The corresponding video was published on the RAU YouTube …

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Siluanov urges youth to improve financial literacy

Young people need to improve their financial literacy, the head of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, Anton Siluanov said, addressing senior students of school No. 17 in Obninsk (Kaluga region). The lesson was held …

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Zagitova admitted to RANEPA

Russian figure skater, Olympic champion Alina Zagitova was admitted to the journalism department of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). She will study Producing and Cultural Policy course. The relevant …

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Sobyanin on online-education in Moscow

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, assessing the technical equipment of Moscow schools, noted that the capital, in comparison with other regions, was one of the most prepared for the online-education format. He noted that amid Covid-19 …

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No shut down for Moscow schools

The Moscow Department of Education urged not to trust reports on schools shut down in the Russian capital due to a large number of sickened people, the deputy head of the Department of Education and Science of Moscow, Alexander Gavrilov said. …

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