Yes and if you read further you would have got my point:
The seven-continent model is usually taught in China, India, parts of Western Europe and most English-speaking countries, including Australia and England
The six-continent combined-Eurasia model is preferred by the geographic community, Russia, Eastern Europe, and Japan.
The six-continent combined-America model is used in Spanish-speaking countries and in some parts of Europe including Greece (equivalent 5 inhabited continents model – i.e. excluding Antarctica – still also found in texts)
So, we can conclude that China, India, Parts of Western Europe, the USA, Australia, England, Canada, South America and Everything south of the US in North America don't use a Eurasia model. Russia, Eastern Europe, and Japan do.
My math is a bit fuzzy but that first list seems longer to me. Hence, most people do not include Russia as part of Europe.
Even in the seven continent model, Russia is part of Europe was my point. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear.