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Lyudmila Verbitskaya got International Federation of Teachers of Living Languages’ Award

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Lyudmila Verbitskaya got International Federation of Teachers of Living Languages’ Award


17.07.2018


President of Russian Educational Academy, Chairperson of Supervisory Board of the Russkiy Mir Foundation, Head of International Association of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature Lyudmila Verbitskaya was rewarded with International Federation of Teachers of Living Languages’ Award  2017.

Her merits as the Head of International Association of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature and the Director of Russian Society of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature were highly estimated by foreign specialists. Lyudmila Alekseyevna was rewarded for personal contribution into popularization of the Russian language and advancement of the language studies in Russia and beyond, as the administrative office of the Russian Society of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature reported to the Russkiy Mir Foundation.

A decision to reward L.A. Verbitskaya was made after consideration of the secret voting among the members of the Executive Committee and World Council of International Federation of Teachers of Living Languages.

The International Federation of Teachers of Living Languages (Internationale des professeurs de langues vivantes  (FIPLV) was founded in 1931. The Headquarters of the Federation are situated in Zurich. FIPLV members are associations of teachers of the living languages from 46 countries of the world. Presidium of the International Association of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature held in Manchester made a decision to make International Association of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature a part of FIPLV in spring 2001.

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