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Minedu reported that “preventive measures for the return to face-to-face school classes can be corrected”

Lima, December 27, 2021Updated on 12/27/2021 11:00 pm

The Ministry of Education (Minedu) indicated that “the initial preventive measures” established for the return to face-to-face school classes “can be corrected” according to how the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. This, after the controversy generated with the Ministry of Health (Minsa) regarding the technical criteria used to determine that only four hours of classes are taught in urban schools at the beginning of the School Year 2022.

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The joint work between the Education and Health sectors continues for the good of the country’s girls and boys, bearing in mind that any agreement is reviewable. Initial preventive measures can be corrected according to the evolution of the health emergency”, Indicated Minedu on Twitter.

He even pointed out that β€œall the sanitary and epidemiological aspects considered in the provisions for the safe return to classrooms in 2022 have been worked on together with the Minsa”.

Both sectors have agreed on the technical aspects, with the firm intention that our students return to their face-to-face classes in a safe environment in the next period to start ”, said the Minedu.

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The Minedu was pronounced after a disagreement of positions with the Ministry of Health Regarding who determined the technical criteria for the delivery of four hours of classes in schools in urban areas.

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On the one hand, the Minister of Health, Hernando Cevallos, said that he “did not know” the criteria that the Ministry of Education continued to establish the hours of classes in schools in urban areas for the 2022 School Year, while the Deputy Minister of Pedagogical Management of the Minedu, Nelly Palomino, pointed out that the guideline of four hours of classes was given by the Minsa. The official even pointed out that “the coordination” for the return to face-to-face classes was carried out at the level of vice ministries.

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