Gov’t OKs virtual schooling in first academic term
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – Starting from September 1, all schoolchildren of Kazakhstan will continue their education in a virtual format, this has been stated by the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan Askhat Aimagambetov.
COVID-19 is disrupting education on an unprecedented scale. Kazakhstan Government has sought to rapidly replace physical attendance at schools with virtual education, trying to find ways to minimise the effects of the disruption on educational achievement.
However, according to the Minister, rural small-staffing schools will be physically attended by schoolchildren.
- Russia records lowest number of coronavirus cases since April 23
- Kazakhstan to conduct online lessons in hygiene and distant learning Sep 1
- Needy students to receive computers as COVID-19 pushes classes online
- PM Mamin calls for further reduction in COVID-19 spread
- Kazakh PM names regions where epidemiological situation remains challenging
- Kazakhstan's COVID-19 reproduction rate declines
- Speeches of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
- President's Address to the Nation
- Development of the President's Message
- Foreign Mass Media about Kazakhstan
- World and Crisis