Moscow, April 20 – The tasks assigned to the military special operation in Ukraine may appear in the Unified State Examination gradually, and some questions may appear in the near future, told the News Agency the head of MGIMO Anatoly Turkunov, who is involved in the process of creating a new textbook on patriotic history and is a member of the working group.
“It’s hard to say, now the textbooks don’t have this. But I think some questions, maybe not direct, but some questions, however, will be, but this is studied at school, teachers are ready for it and will,” Torkunov said, “in response To the question when he considers that the tasks assigned to the military special operation will appear in the Unified State Examination.
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He added that teachers need to be ready to teach history using the new textbook, but we must wait for the textbook itself to appear, there will be a transition period, and there is a lot of work to be done, because the textbooks are not finished yet to be printed.
He noted that the new history textbook for grades ten to eleven will be released by the beginning of the academic year, and the full line is scheduled for release in 2024.
Earlier, the head of the Russian Ministry of Education, Sergei Kravtsov, announced the creation of a new history textbook, which will be the same for all schools, but there will be different textbooks for different levels of teaching history. The work on creating the textbook was headed by the head of the Russian Military Historical Society (RVIO) Vladimir Medinsky. The textbook will include both the beginning of a special military operation, and the entry into the Russian Federation of the DRC, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, as well as the pressure of sanctions.
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