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The Ministry of Education and Science of the Amur Region told about the work of educational institutions on non-working days

The Ministry of Education and Science of the Amur Region told about the work of educational institutions on non-working days
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The Ministry of Education and Science of the Amur Region explained how kindergartens and schools will work during non-working days - from October 30 to November 7. Kindergartens will work in the mode of duty groups, there will be no classes for schoolchildren, organizations of additional education can switch to a distance format.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the regional government, duty groups in kindergartens are designed for 12 people. Only those children whose parents will not rest from October 30 to November 7, such as police officers, employees of the Ministry of Emergencies, hospitals, will be admitted there. The regional Ministry of Education and Science will work out the issue of encouraging workers on duty groups.

The management of schools in which they study in quarters were recommended to postpone the planned holidays for a week that was declared non-working throughout the Russian Federation. In institutions in which the educational process is structured in terms of trimesters, each teacher needs to adjust the curriculum.

The management of the colleges subordinated to the regional Ministry of Education and Science has the right to choose: either on November 1, 2 and 3 to go to work remotely, or to adjust the educational process of students taking into account going on vacation.

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