In the Crimea is no more Ukrainian schools
Seven Ukrainian schools, which were, until the annexation of the Peninsula, there is not a single, informed activist Leonid Kuzmin.
In Russia annexed the Crimea remained Ukrainian schools, and the number of schools with Crimean Tatar as the language of instruction more than halved, according to the Crimea.Realities.
“According to official data, the so-called Ministry of education, science and youth of Crimea, in 2017-2018 operates seven municipal educational establishments with Crimean Tatar language of instruction, four with Russian and Crimean Tatar languages of instruction and five educational institutions that changed the school status of the Crimean Tatar language of instruction in educational institutions, that is, without defining the language of instruction,” said member of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people Eskender Bariev.
Activist of the Ukrainian cultural center in the Crimea Leonid Kuzmin said that the situation with the study of the Ukrainian language is much worse.
“Seven Ukrainian schools, which were before the time of the occupation of Crimea, there is not one. All schools teach the Russian or mixed language of instruction, where there are classes with the Ukrainian language of training. But most of the classes with Russian language of instruction. A vivid example is the Ukrainian gymnasium in Simferopol”, − Kuzmin has informed.
Will observed that article 10 adopted after the annexation of the Peninsula “of the Constitution of the Republic of Crimea” provides the status of the state Crimean Tatar, Ukrainian and Russian languages.
Recall that in 2014 the secondary school in the Crimea switched to Russian textbooks and standards.
Earlier it was reported that on the Peninsula there is only one Ukrainian school.
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