среда, 5 ноября 2014 г.

Выдержка из газеты New York Times
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/02/world/europe/putins-friend-profits-in-purge-of-schoolbooks.html?_r=0
In public remarks in March, Mr. Livanov said popularity was not a measure of quality. “You cannot say that because multiple schools use a textbook, then that means it is good,” he said. “Many people drink Coca-Cola, but that does not mean it is good for you.”

Tatyana G. Mitugina, an English teacher from Bryansk, scoffed at that reasoning. In an online education forum, she protested the decision to exclude Titul’s English-language books. “ ‘Enjoy English’ does not have anything in common with Coca-Cola,” she wrote. “These are amazing Russian textbooks, confirmed by practice.”
Эту же статью перепечатала канадская газета 
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/putins-friend-profits-from-russias-schoolbook-purge/article21418981/?page=1
The Globe and Mail 


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