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Hanoi secondary schools to resume face-to-face teaching

02.11.2021 43 просмотров

Classes in elementary schools will continue to be conducted remotely.


In-person classes in secondary schools in the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi, interrupted earlier due to the pandemic, will gradually resume from next week. The People's Committee (Mayor's Office) of Hanoi approved on Monday the corresponding proposal of the capital's Department of Education, local news portal VnExpress reported. no new cases of coronavirus infection have been recorded. They will be taught only by teachers who are fully vaccinated with two doses of the coronavirus vaccine. At the same time, schools should develop a plan to ensure distance in the classroom and reduce the number of students present at the same time in the classroom.

According to the plan of the Department of Health, elementary schools will continue to conduct lessons remotely, while kindergartens will still work is not allowed to resume.

According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training, only half of Vietnam's 63 provinces and cities are able to attend school and study normally. In other districts and localities, schools operate in a mixed mode, conducting part of the classes in person, and part - remotely.

According to the Ministry of Education, over the past two years, due to the impact of the pandemic, about 22 million Vietnamese students and schoolchildren faced serious problems with the continuation of education. Against the backdrop of the spread of COVID-19 and the introduction of restrictive measures, many educational institutions were forced to cancel classes, and schoolchildren and students had to switch to online learning, as a result of which the educational plan scheduled for the 2020-2021 academic year was disrupted.

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