Bolivia recognizes plagiarism in its school textbooks – Kudasai
Edgar BarryBolivia’s Minister of Education has faced a new problem in recent days, completely different from the teachers’ rallies that took place recently. In social networks indicate that Many of the cover illustrations for general education textbooks steal the famous illustrations of the animated franchise.
The Education Minister acknowledged the accusations, which were widely reported last week, and reported that he had initiated proceedings against those responsible. «At this time the interrogation comes to the fore. We are very sorry that this has happened. However, it should be noted that the photos are signed by someone and that person made the covers“, It is to explain.
A local Bolivian outlet, Página Siete, reported that the minister noted that “This original was not all coversThis is plagiarism, butThey were just someHe stressed that an administrative process will be implemented to punish those responsible who “They give a bad image to the countryThe official also explained:Knowing this, we immediately carried out corresponding administrative measures against those responsible based on internal procedures».
But let’s leave the political gossip behind and move on to what brings us together today, what are the alleged plagiarisms that the Bolivian government has already admitted? Well, let’s review:
- coverAn educational text for the second year of high school 2023Depends on the visual of K-ON!
- coverLearning text High School III 2023Depends on the visual of Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (your lie in april).
- coverText for learning the fourth from secondary school 2023Depends on the visual of Tenki no Ko (weathering with you).
- coverFifth learning text from high school 2023Depends on the visual of fruit basket.
- cover”The text of the sixth education from secondary school 2023Depends on the visual of orange.
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