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Full-time education to be partially resumed in Azerbaijani schools

08.05.2021 95 просмотров

Classes in schools will begin on May 17.


The Ministry of Education of Azerbaijan has announced a partial resumption of face-to-face classes in schools from May 17. This is stated in the message of the department, distributed on Friday.

“By the decision of the collegium of the Ministry of Education, from May 17, classes in schools and out-of-school educational institutions in Baku, Sumgayit, Ganja, Sheki and the Absheron region of the country are partially resumed,” — The report says.

In particular, in Baku, Sumgayit and Absheron districts, primary school students will attend classes three times, and students of grades 5-9 will attend classes twice a week.

In the cities of Ganja and Sheki, face-to-face classes for preschoolers will be held four, and for students in grades 1-9 - five times a week, but only in those schools where it will be possible to maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters between students. “If these conditions cannot be met, then two classes will be held for students in preschool classes, and three times a week for students in grades 1-9,” the ministry said. Face-to-face classes are also being resumed in special schools and boarding schools in Baku, Sumgayit, Ganja, Sheki and the Absheron region of the republic, they will be held five times a week.

All educational institutions in Azerbaijan have been transferred to distance learning with mid October. With the improvement of the epidemiological situation and the start of vaccination against coronavirus in the republic on January 18, the government of the country went both to soften the quarantine regime and to partially resume the educational process: from February 1, classes were partially resumed. Later, the country's authorities again transferred all schoolchildren to distance learning due to the worsening epidemiological situation.

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