The Ministry of Education of Russia approved, among other things, school programs that include an initial military training course and hours devoted to the so-called special military operation in Ukraine.
According to the Internet publication “Mediazona”, the relevant documents were published on the Russian regulatory laws portal.
According to the new programs, high school students will have to learn about the “2014 coup” in Ukraine, “the reunification of Crimea and Sevastopol with Russia”, Moscow’s “humanitarian aid” in the Russian history lesson. to the terrorist gangs that proclaimed themselves as the so-called people’s republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, as well as the “special military operation” and the ensuing “sanctions of the United States and its allies”.
Grade 10 and 11 students will also have to learn the “first elements of military preparation”, which will be included as a separate module in the “safe living foundations” block.
Teaching students the rules of shooting with a Kalashnikov machine gun, the principles of operation of grenades and providing first aid in combat conditions, as well as the responsibility to participate in “destructive youth subcultures and extremist associations”, “Right-wing radical groups with Nazi tendencies” and “left-wing radical societies”.
At the same time, students will be taught to “not be a victim of information warfare” in “safe living fundamentals” classes.
Education will begin on September 1 next year, according to the new federal school schedules.
Source: Tv Net
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