Even locals would probably admit that Taurage – a town in the southwestern part of Lithuania, in close proximity to the Russian border – is a pretty tedious place, ridden with social problems, and notorious for its bootleg alcohol and tobacco sales.
But one of its secondary schools has offered some rare, positive news, thus putting the media’s spotlight on the town for the right reasons. The school in question is called Jovarai, and this academic year it introduced a so-called leveling class for Lithuanian children, who have returned from emigration. Unt...
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