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Khabarovsk schoolchildren finish school year earlier than usual

Khabarovsk schoolchildren finish school year earlier than usual
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The Ministry of Education of the Khabarovsk Territory recommended sending school children in the region for early holidays. Earlier than all - on April 13 - students of grades 1-3 will finish the school year.

In Khabarovsk, in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, pupils of grades 4-6 will study remotely the next week, pass all-Russian verification work in absentia and go on vacation from April 20. Seventh graders will study remotely until April 26th. Eighth grade students will study online until May 14th.

In 9 classes, the number of exams will be reduced - only Russian and mathematics will have to be passed, certifications in other subjects will be based on past grades. Study will last until the end of May. On traditional dates, high school students and graduates will finish. Certifications will be held in early June.

As told and. about. Viktor Khlebnikov, Minister of Education and Science of the Khabarovsk Territory, due to the fact that most of the students will not continue their studies, difficulties using online platforms will have to be reduced.

“Our educators use not only these platforms. We have cases when work with students is carried out on a landline phone. In the finished districts - Ayano-Maisky and Tuguro-Chumikansky - we will recommend continuing the school year in person, as we understand that there are no sick people, and people are leaving less, ”said Viktoria Khlebnikova.

At the same time, schoolchildren from low-income families will be given food kits until the end of May. The list of products has been agreed with Rospotrebnadzor, but in each municipality the kits will be different - it depends on who organizes meals in specific schools.

Preschoolers are also visiting duty gardens in free mode. Duty groups accept children of parents who work by order of the president and government of the Khabarovsk Territory.

At the same time, the Ministry of Education of Russia gave permission to the regions to continue full-time educational process. However, a decision on this form of training should be made at the regional level. 

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