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Monday, December 18, 2017

In a school textbook of the President of Tatarstan called head of state


Tatarstan portal R16 reported the appearance in the Republic the new textbooks, in which the head of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov named head of state.


photo: kremlin.ru

As the media says, the photo page from the textbook “Heritage of Tatarstan” has posted one of the parents of pupils of school №22 of Nizhnekamsk.

The textbook says that “the President of the Republic of Tatarstan — the head of state”, then added that he “represents the Republic within the country and in international relations.”

The author of the publication on condition of anonymity told the media that after he sent out a message about the actual error other parents, the school began to remove textbooks that served as the reason of the scandal: “in our General chat parents, the class teacher sent a message: “All urgently to surrender their books “Heritage of Tatarstan”. Called my wife, began to make a complaint, they say, “what have you done!”.

The circulation of textbooks is 38 thousand copies, the subject of “Heritage of Tatarstan” should be studied in the 4th grade, the approval of the Ministry of education he received. However, users in social networks argue that such a textbook was received in other schools and children in the second grade.

We will remind that recently in Tatarstan the conflict relating to the mandatory teaching of Tatar language.

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