New Identity of Russian Speaking Children in Estonian Society

@inproceedings{Leino2006NewIO,
  title={New Identity of Russian Speaking Children in Estonian Society},
  author={Matti Leino},
  year={2006}
}
According to Estonian Statistical Office whether we take the number of grade repeaters, the number of graduates or the number of students graduating with a distinction as a basis for the analysis, the academic achievement incline has remained the same for several years – girls whose language of instruction is Russian come at the top, followed by girls who study in Estonian. Boys come last, and boys studying in Russian reveal much better results than boys whose language of instruction is… CONTINUE READING

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