Russia allows teachers to publish photos in swimsuit
The new code covers Internet rules for educators.
The Ministry of Education and the Teachers Union have released a new version of the Code of Ethics for Teachers, Izvestia reports.
The new code covers Internet rules for educators. Teachers have to refrain from posting "information harmful to the health and/or upbringing of children," the document says. It includes pornography, methods of suicide, alcohol and drugs, the use of foul language, etc.
It turns out that publishing of photos in a swimsuit is not prohibited for teachers, Izvestia notes.
Earlier, a series of scandals related to such photos occurred in Russian schools. For example, in March, teacher from Barnaul Tatyana Kuvshinnikova had to quit after she posted a picture in a closed sports swimsuit. A year ago, teacher Viktoria Popova from Omsk was also fired for a photo in a pin-up swimsuit.