Yekaterinburg schools to hold lessons on reunification with Crimea
According to the Yekaterinburg education officials, many schools in the city have already been teaching lessons on the history, leaders and social structures of Crimea, which rejoined Russia last month, Ekburg.ru reports.
Several high schools have begun offering classes on Crimean history, beginning in ancient times up to the collapse of the Soviet Union, along with discussion on the current political situation in the peninsula.
So far, six schools will be open for classes on the subject of the reunification and its importance for the nation, according to Ekburg.ru.
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