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Some Yakut schoolchildren will not be able to study remotely

Some Yakut schoolchildren will not be able to study remotely
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Pupils from hard-to-reach areas of Yakutia will not be able to study remotely. A special form of training is organized for them.

As the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said, schoolchildren of the republic took classes on April 6, for 90% of students lessons will be held remotely.

For the remaining 10% of students, it is planned to organize studies in small groups of up to 12 people or home-based training. But since these students do not have stable access to the Internet, teachers themselves will distribute assignments to students. Perhaps for this they will use electronic media instead of notebooks. 

Pupils of Yakutia due to coronavirus were forced to leave for spring break before. Self-isolation regime in the republic introduced from March 31. The restrictions have not yet been lifted, but if the situation does not worsen, then quarantine measures can weaken
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