Internet users will buy visual aids in Russian for schools in Crimea
by Oleg Smirnov
Internet users are being proposed to donate money to buy visual aids in Russian for schools in Nikolaev, Kerch and Sevastopol.
“Russian schools in Ukraine lack for visual aids, which they don’t get at all or receive aids in Ukrainian language. This makes educational process complicated and less effective”, explained the action’s organizers.
They are worried about school children’s decreasing literacy and the fact that pupils get out of the habit of using Russian geographic names.
Money are being raised up to October, the 22nd. Currently 33 thousand rubles (approximately $1100) are donated.
Schools will get visual aids in Russian (maps, tables etc.) in 3 weeks after the end of action and will confirm receiving aids with acceptance certificates.
Documents and pay-checks will be published online.
Last year internet users’ have raised money and bought books in Russian for libraries in Sevastopol.
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