Essentially a hybrid model of teaching, the need to extend the validity of student or doctoral ID cards and periodic re-evaluations of academic teachers. This is what the new school year, which begins today, October 1, in a nutshell, will look like.
In recent years, the number of students has been systematically decreasing. Within a decade, up to 34 percent. – From one million and 841.3 thousand in the academic year 2010/11 up to one million and 204 thousand in the academic year 2019/20. Last year, there was an increase in the number of students enthusiastic about knowledge – up to 1,215.3 thousand. Persons. What awaits students at universities in the school year that has just begun?
Given the epidemiological events and the consequences they have brought about, the first question arises by itself. Will the seasons remain constant? In this case, it is obvious, but as befits Polish law, only partially. In mid-August, the Ministry of Education and Science repealed the regulation that restricted the provision of full-time classes. Thus, starting from the new academic year, MEIN provides, as a rule, for a return to the implementation of education on the premises of universities, and in the case of doctoral students also in other entities that provide this education.
– In the event of an increase in the number of cases of COVID-19, it will be possible, however, to re-impose restrictions on the performance of some entities of higher education and the science system, including education in a mixed mode, and in the extreme case also by returning to distance education – Emphasis on representatives of MEIN.
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