18 October 1996 “SCHOOL” IS USUALLY ASSOCIATED WITH an organized and stable environment. For years, the educational environment in the Soviet Union could be described as stagnant, with new ideas and new technology rejected. But after the collapse of the Soviet empire, new ideas, approaches, and tools – including the Internet – began to trickle […]

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