Regarding the opening date of schools, Ziya Selçuk, Minister of National Education said, “This issue has to be the agenda of the country, not only of those who are connected with the school. The course of the epidemic we are experiencing is a decisive factor on the opening date of the schools. ” He made the explanation. ”
Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk shared the opening of schools. Pointing out when, under what condition, how schools will be opened is the agenda of all students, teachers and parents, Selçuk said, “However, this issue has to be the agenda of the country, not only of those who have a connection with the school. The course of the epidemic we are experiencing is a decisive factor on the opening date of schools. ” found the assessment.
Emphasizing that even the negligence of a single person has been seen to affect thousands of people, Selçuk said, “If we abandon the measure, we do not protect the social distance, do not wear our mask, we will deprive our children of their right to education, which is their most basic right. This is a big plague. The health of our children, teachers and parents regarding the opening of our schools is our priority. Please also be your priority mask, social distance and measures. We will open schools together. ” used expressions.
“We all have a big duty”
Emphasizing that they are in constant contact with the Scientific Committee and the Ministry of Health, they are working to carry out the process in the healthiest way, and that they have a mobility to move according to any kind of measure, Selçuk said: “If they say 'Schools, you can open ', we meet those conditions and open our schools. If they say 'do not open for a while', we manage the process with distance education. If they say 'you can open with a plan diluted in all dimensions', we have the opportunities to open schools in accordance with this planning. We can say that this decision will be determined by the measures we take and will take.
In this process, we all have a big duty. Please, keep our children who are faced with fear, anxiety and uncertainty at an early age as far as possible from this process. They should know that they will have a precautionary school, a classroom where they will feel safe, and their teachers who take care of them like their own children. They will have some responsibilities, and they will fulfill them. Everything will be fine and will be fine. The Science Board will tell us when these will happen and whether the calendar will change. What they say will be determined by the measures taken by you, myself, that is, all of us. ”