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The Minister of Education spoke about passing the Unified State Exam in 2021

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Russian Education Minister Sergei Kravtsov said that the repetition of the 2020 scenario when passing the Unified State Exam (USE) next year is not discussed. He said this in an interview with TASS.
“Now we are working to provide methodological support together with Rosobrnadzor for passing the OGE and the Unified State Exam,” the official said. “But now there is no talk of postponing the date.”
At the same time, according to him, the Ministry of Education and Rosobrnadzor are working on the creation of Internet resources with materials in all subjects for all parallels from the 6th to the 11th grade. They will be available to students, parents and teachers and are intended for self-diagnosis.
Kravtsov noted that about 100-110 schools were closed for quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Now it is about 0.31 percent of all schools in the country – the situation is under control,” he explained.
In 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic, only those who planned to enter a university took the exam. Compulsory exams in Russian language and literature were also canceled – graduates were given certificates based on their academic performance. Also, due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus, educational institutions in Russia – schools, universities, colleges – have completely switched to distance learning. State exams and defense of theses in most universities were held remotely, but it was not possible to transfer the Unified State Exam to the online format.
In September, it was reported that Rosobrnadzor considered the possibility of abandoning the compulsory USE examination for all graduates and keeping exams only for those entering universities. This proposal came from this year’s graduates and their parents.

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