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The Ket are the only survivors of an ancient group that lived throughout central southern Siberia. 3) The Ket population now lives along the Yenisei river and its tributaries. The majority lives in the Kellog Village on the Yelogui River, which is accessible only by boat. 4)
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Source: Vahtre & Viikberg (1991)5), Kryukova (2013) 6), Ethnologue 7)
The Constitution of Russia states that “everyone shall have the right to education”. This is further detailed in the Federal Law on Education. In Russia one has the right to receive education in the native language and the government is required to provide the opportunities for minorities in Russia to learn their language(s). 8)
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Source: Bulatova (2009) 11)
The Department of Siberian Indigenous Languages is concerned with the training of teachers. They provide teaching material as well.
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