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Ministry of education rejected the idea of introduction of obligatory Unified state examination (use) in foreign languages for students. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the press service of the Ministry.
While the Ministry noted that foreign languages are important meaningful part of the school curriculum, which, like the rest of the subject line will be constantly evolving.
As explained in the Ministry of education, the decision was based on numerous experts against the introduction of compulsory exam in a foreign language.
Earlier it was reported that the average score on the Unified state examination (use) in 2020 increased despite the transfer of pupils at udalenku due to the coronavirus. So, the best students passed the literature (average score — 60; by 4.95 points higher than in 2016). The second place story (51,7), the third — geography (55,3). Also, the average score was higher in subjects such as relevant mathematics, computer science, Russian language, physics and social studies. In addition, the average score rose slightly on the chemistry exam (0.13).
In 2015, at that time Minister of education of Russia Dmitry Livanov said that the exam in a foreign language will become mandatory from 2022.
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