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Have you ever had a teacher who opened your eyes, inspired you, or just made school more bearable?
A teacher who left an impression on your life for the better, or helped you through a rough patch?
Teachers’ Day in Russia seeks to shed light on those teachers, and on the importance of teaching in general.
While UNESCO officially established World Teachers’ Day in 1994, Russia was celebrating its own National Teachers’ Day long before that, as early as 1965.
On Teachers’ Day, Russia celebrates and honors its teachers in recognition of the essential work they do for the country’s future. This UNESCO-recognized professional holiday holds great meaning to Russians in all stages and walks of life. This show of respect toward teachers reaches across the globe, and Teachers’ Day is celebrated in many countries around the world.
Teacher’s Day in Russian culture reflects values such as the necessity of education, the dedication present in the best of teachers, and the appreciation of students and families across the country.
Each year, Russians celebrate Teacher’s Day on October 5.
Before the establishment of World Teachers’ Day by UNESCO, Russia originally celebrated its own Teachers’ Day on the first Sunday of October. This was considered the National Teachers’ Day from 1965 to 1994.
After UNESCO established an official World Teachers’ Day Russia changed its date of celebration to coincide with this holiday. There is also a special day dedicated entirely to all teachers of Russia.
Though it is not a national holiday in Russia and people work during this day, you can still enjoy a concert on TV or watch classical films about school and teachers such as ‘Big Break’, ‘School Waltz’ and many more.
Старший преподаватель кафедры делового иностранного языка Гагарина Нафиса Миннуловна.