Динаміка трансформації культурно-ідеологічних пріоритетів в освітньому просторі АР Крим у контексті гуманітарних викликів (1991—2017 рр.)

Olena Hazizova


У статті досліджено забезпечення прав етнічних громад Криму на освіту рідною мовою, функціонування української мови як державної в період незалежності України та в умовах анексії півострова.

Ключові слова

національна освіта; АР Крим; анексія; українська мова; гуманітарні виклики

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