Schools Opened? How Many Days of Face-to-Face Education at Schools?

Face to face education will begin in March according to the epidemic conditions of the provinces
Face to face education will begin in March according to the epidemic conditions of the provinces

In line with the decisions taken after the Presidential Cabinet Meeting, an on-site decision implementation was initiated on a provincial basis in education and training, as in every field.

In this context, face-to-face education will be initiated across the country in all pre-school education institutions, primary schools, 2th and 8th grades as of Tuesday, March 12.

Face-to-face education will be provided in all pre-school education institutions, primary schools, secondary schools and high schools in provinces defined as low and medium risk.

Face-to-face training in provinces defined as low and medium risk;

Full-time in pre-school education institutions,

Two (2) days a week in diluted classes in primary schools,

Two (5) days a week in diluted groups at Secondary School 6th, 7th, 2th grades,

8-12 hours per week in diluted groups in 22th grade secondary school,

High school prep, two (9) days a week in diluted groups in 10th, 11th, 2th grades,

Face-to-face training will begin in diluted groups, 12-16 hours a week, in 24th grade high school.

Face to face training in provinces defined as high and very high risk;

Full-time in pre-school education institutions,

Two (2) days a week in diluted groups in primary schools,

8-12 hours per week in diluted groups in 22th graders,

In the 12th grade, it will start as 16-24 hours per week in diluted groups.

Special education schools and classes serving for students with special needs will start full-time face-to-face education throughout the country.

Education will start on Tuesday, March 2, at all school levels and grade levels, which will start face-to-face education.

Exams in high schools will be held face-to-face in all our provinces as of Monday, March 8, within the framework of epidemic measures.

Current decisions will continue to be implemented in educational institutions in villages and sparsely populated settlements.

Distance education will be continued in applications outside the scope of face-to-face education. Participation in face-to-face training will be carried out in all provinces with the consent of the parents.

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