MoE Proposed Alternate Days Offline Classes For Students From September
Education department is proposing a new alternate classroom option for students from the next academic year starting from September. In its meeting held today, education department suggested a new plan, in which students of one school will be divided into two groups. Each group will attend full day offline class on alternate days, Al-Qabas Arabic daily reported.
The proposal will be submitted to the Council of Ministers next week to take a final decision.
Education Minister Dr. Ali Al-Mudhaf today met with high level officials and they discussed various issues faced for the return to school plans. In its earlier meeting, the committee proposed a plan in which students will attend the offline classes as two shifts.
The number of students present in each class room will be limited to 20 students.
School will schedule only the basic subjects and the study of non-essential subjects will be postponed to the second semester. A weekly negative PCR certificate will be made mandatory for all unvaccinated students and teachers.
A final decision on the return to school plan is expected to be made in the council of ministers meeting next week.