On Wednesday, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education reported that 14,216 primary schools in grades 1-3 are conducting full-time education. This, according to the ministry, represents 98.4 percent. Outlets. As for kindergartens, the ratio is 98.8, with 15,123 establishments operating steadily.

  • In 14,216 elementary schools in grades 1-3, education is on a full-time basis.
  • The percentage in kindergartens was 98.8, with 15,123 stationery facilities operating.
  • As MEiN confirms, the situation is monitored in primary schools and kindergartens.

In 30 elementary schools in grades 1-3, distance education took place, and in 197 – in mixed mode.

When it comes to kindergartens, full-time education takes place in 15,123 institutions, that is, 98.8%. All. In 36 classes it is held remotely and in 141 classes in mixed mode.

The data provided by the Ministry of Education and Science shows the status on Wednesday at 13:00 and is based on information provided by school principals.

The board of directors decides about the transition of the school, nursery or preschool institution to another unstable mode of work, with Sanepid’s consent, after learning about the epidemic situation in the institution.

As MEiN confirms, the situation is being monitored in primary schools and kindergartens.

On January 18, students in grades 1-3 from elementary and private schools who were learning via distance from November 9 returned to full-time education. On the day of return, full-time education was provided in 14,383 primary schools, or 99.6 percent. who are they. In 9 elementary schools, in grades 1-3, they were set up remotely, and in 51, in co-educational mode, with some students studying in the school, others from a distance.

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The fall suspension of full-time classes did not apply to kindergarten, elementary school preparatory 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 education institutions worked in fixed mode, that is, 99.5 percent. who are they. 28 telecommuting kindergartens and 50 mixed kindergartens.

On January 29, two weeks later, in sabbatical mode for grades 1-3, it was conducted in 14,210 elementary schools, i.e. 98.4%. Primary schools, 15,222 kindergartens and pre-school education institutions, or 98.7 per cent. who are they. In 30 elementary schools in grades 1-3, distance education took place, and in 203 – coeducational. 47 kindergartens work remotely and 148 kindergartens in mixed mode.

Friday, January 29th, was the day when the number of primary schools (in grades 1-3), kindergartens and preschool institutions operating in a non-static manner was the highest in January.

Students in grades four through eight of elementary and high schools learn remotely starting October 26.

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