Schools of Belarus

Resovietization is finishing Belarusian education / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

Curricula with a loop of Soviet ideology are "the same as heresy in the form of sectarian teachings," the expert says.

The state is obliged to protect children, but violates their rights and terrorizes families / collage by Ulad Rubanau

In Belarus, the children of activists are increasingly afraid of the police.

Siarhey Yankouski / BelTA​

The Interior Ministry reckons better communication between teachers and students can help in their drug abuse prevention programs.

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An opinion piece about money for toilet paper, strict appearance rules and other weird things at a Belarus school.

Tatstsyana Karatkevich. Photo: Euroradio

Lukashenka divided schoolchildren into ‘children from the fifth column’ and ‘those of ordinary Belarusians loving their country.'

Alcohol will not be sold the whole day on May 30.

Teachers are prepared properly and can teach children in their native language - only the desire of parents matters here.

State services also found E. coli and cockroaches.

“I do not mind presents for teachers, but parents do not have to renovate schools”, a mother of three said.