In 13,450 elementary schools in grades 1-3, education was conducted Wednesday in full-time mode – MEiN reports. It was around 96.9 percent. Elementary schools in 15 Voivodeship. In 67 primary schools in grades 1-3, distance education took place, and in 363 schools – mixed.
Statistics cover 15 counties, with the exception of Warmińsko-Mazurskie counties, where learning from Mondays is only carried out remotely.
The Ministry of Education and Science also informed the Palestinian News Agency that 14,962 kindergartens and pre-school educational institutions were operating in a stable situation on Wednesday, or 97.8 percent. who are they. 91 kindergartens working remotely, and 247 kindergartens in mixed mode. The data is coming from all over the country – kindergartens are open in all regions.
This data shows status Wednesday at 13.00 and comes from school principals.
The Board of Directors decides on the transition of the school, nursery or preschool institution to another unstable mode of work, with the consent of Sanepid, after learning about the epidemiological situation in the institution.
MEiN included monitoring the situation in primary schools and kindergartens.
On January 18, when students of grades 1-3 from elementary schools and private schools (who were learning remotely from November 9), they returned to full-time education, and full-time education was conducted in 14,383 primary schools, that is, in 99.6% of the total . who are they.
The fall suspension from full-time classes did not apply to kindergarten, primary school pre-school classes and other forms of preschool education. Preschoolers returned to full-time education at the end of May last year.
On January 18, 15,222 kindergartens and pre-school educational institutions were put into operation in static mode, that is, 99.5 percent. who are they.
Students in grades four through eight of elementary and high schools learn remotely beginning October 26.
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