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Russia to Re-Educate ‘Brainwashed’ Youth in Patriotic Camps
Russia's Security Council secretary has linked youth crimes with “mind games through social networks.”
1 in 4 Russian Children Are Bullied at School, Study Says
The study’s authors listed a troubled family life as the leading cause for school bullying.
Russian Gym Teacher Quits After Goading 1st Graders to Beat Classmate
“I used the misguided phrase ‘Kids, today is a Cannibal Feast, who wants a piece of meat?’ That’s all,” the teacher explained.
Russian Teacher Forces Late Students to Wear Gas Masks as Punishment, Sparking Probe
"Long use of a gas mask can harm the physical and mental state of minors," the Investigative Committee said.
Moscow State University Slips in Developing Countries Education Rating
Overall, Russia’s top university placed 199th in the magazine’s 2019 World University Ranking.
Russian Teen Sentenced to 10 Years for School Knife Attack
A teacher and more than a dozen schoolchildren were injured in the January attack in Perm.
Police Detain Over a Dozen Students in Raid on Moscow University Dorm — Reports
Unconfirmed reports initially said “400 students from the Caucasus” had been swept up in the raid.
Schools Instructed Not to Expel Students Over Hair Color in Central Russia
A 15-year-old schoolgirl in Perm was suspended from classes after dyeing her hair pink in September.
Teenager Threatens to Kill Himself at Moscow School, Police Negotiating
The teenager came to school on Thursday morning with a knife and threatened to commit suicide, media report.
Russian Schoolchildren Given Portrait of Ex-U.S. General for Shooting Practice
The organizers called the general "an enemy of the Russian people " and said they were "working to promote patriotic education.”
Russian Police Investigate Children’s Art Exhibit for 'Gay Propaganda'
The artworks were submitted for a school competition marking the international day of tolerance.
Russian School Evacuated Over Mercury-Laced Kinder Surprise Egg
A group of second-graders was discovered playing with the mercury during recess, prosecutors said.
Russian Teacher Charged for Hitting 9-Year-Old Student
In the video published online, the teacher is seen hitting a boy in a school uniform while saying: “Who do you think you are?"
Nearly Half of Russian Math Teachers Flunk State Math Test
Some 22,000 teachers took part in the voluntary anonymous exam across Russia.
Putin Establishes Foundation to Preserve Russia’s Native Languages
The decree says native languages are part of "Russia’s national treasure and historical and cultural heritage.”
Moscow University Granted License to Use Psychoactive Plants for Research
The decree signed by Medvedev will allow MSU to use narcotic and psychotropic substances for scientific and educational purposes.
Anglo-American School in St. Petersburg Closes After 40 Years
Founded in 1975, the school taught 140 students of 30 nationalities between the ages of 5 and 12 this academic year.
Russian Principal Prosecuted for Suspending Schoolgirl Over Pink Hair
“No ‘adult’ has the right to dictate how to live your life," the student said.
Apurva Sanghi and Shahid Yusuf
Russia’s Uphill Struggle With Innovation (Op-ed)
There are clear steps the country can take to become more competitive.
Moscow State University Ranked Top in Eurasia
Moscow State University (MSU) has been named the best university in Eurasia by the Times Higher Education magazine.
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