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What’s on Ukraine’s new school syllabus

Ukrainian schools are starting to re-open, but will they be safe?

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

For the first time since Russia’s invasion, schools in Ukraine are starting to re-open. For many parents, including my own, this presents a dilemma. Is it safe for pupils to return? My brother is seven and has spent the past year doing ‘remote learning’, which is hard enough in countries at peace, let alone those fighting an invasion.

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