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The face-to-face school classes would start the last week of March and there will be a full day

Lima, January 7, 2022Updated on 07/01/2022 11:32 am

The Minister of Education, Rosendo Serna, announced that face-to-face school classes They would begin the last week of March and no longer in the first days of that month.

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In dialogue with RPP TV, the member of the ministerial cabinet explained that in the first weeks of March the teachers will undertake “the preparation of the curricular programming of the annual work and administrative work plan.” Asked if teachers could advance their return to speed up classroom classes, the official remarked that the law establishes that they have two months of vacation (January and February).

School classes should be about to start the third or fourth week (of March), of effective classes, we are working on the issue of incorporating very fast trainings on the use of technological tools”Serna expressed.

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Classes may be starting the last week of March, with tranquility, with security, with conditioning of the school premises”He added.

The school year starts on the first day of March, but that involves preparation, teachers arrive on vacation and do not enter the classroom directly because they have to prepare the annual schedule, the semester schedule, the unit schedule”, He declared.

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The Minister of Education It also announced that there will be a full school day, that is, 7 hours a day and 35 hours a week in the case of secondary level, so the approach made by the management of its predecessor will be set aside, Carlos Gallardo, which established that only 4 teaching hours are taught in the first stage of the return to face-to-face school classes.

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