Will distance learning return to schools in fall 2021? This question was asked by many parents, teachers, and most students. And on Wednesday, November 24, the level of infections has already reached nearly 29 thousand. The Minister of Education and Science, Przemyslav Ksarnik, strongly emphasizes that the government wants to maintain full-time education as long as possible, but calls for vaccination and compliance with sanitary rules. In turn, Deputy Education Minister Thomas Rzymkowski said that there will be more remote and co-ed schools, but the government does not plan to introduce distance learning. On Friday, November 12, the head of the Ministry of Education signed a decree on the possibility of switching to remote teaching in the provinces near the border with Belarus. On the other hand, in Wielkopolska, on Friday, November 26, 40 educational institutions were closed, and about 64 thousand students taught from home. Will distance learning return to schools in December 2021? No scenario is excluded, and in Greater Poland, subsequent classes are transferred to online teaching. – But we see that these new infections are increasing every day and there are a lot of them. So, I’m afraid that distance learning will return in December. However, I hope it is regional and I think the fourth wave will subside by January and we will all be able to go back to school after the winter break – says Dominika Nawska, principal of the school and kindergarten complex No. 9 in Pozna.
On September 1, students began the 2021/2022 academic year in full-time mode. As many as 20,000 schools, 4.6 million students returned and 644.5 thousand students. teachers. The bell rang for the first time at 381 thousand. first grade students. During the summer holidays, the Ministry of Education and Science, together with the Ministry of Health and the Head of the Public Health Inspectorate, prepared guidelines for educational institutions. Ministerial recommendations and recommendations are aimed at ensuring safer and more hygienic organization of classes in epidemiological conditions.
We’ve seen an increase in confirmed coronavirus infections for a long time. At the end of October, there were about 10,000 infections. On Wednesday, November 24, the fourth wave in Poland achieved the highest result – almost 29 thousand. new infections.
On Monday, November 15, 95,000 of them were registered. This is an increase of 30 percent, Deputy Health Minister Waldemar Kraska said on Polish radio. Compared to last Monday. But he admitted that the result does not reflect the epidemiological situation in the country, because we have four days off from work behind us.
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