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Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2020. 1:37 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Today on the Ask the Experts show, Deputy CEO in the Ministry of Education, Cecilia Smith explained details on response action to education amidst COVID-19 pandemic.

The points shared include plans for early childhood, primary and secondary education.

Smith says that the ministry is trying to organize structures that will assist students so that learning continues even while they are not in the usual classroom.

With relation to distance learning, Smith says that MOE is aware that some students have access to technology while others may not.

Therefore, packages will be prepared for radio broadcast.

Those who have access to technology can access resources via the MOE website, www.moe.gov.bz

Smith says that the Ministry will ensure that the system can reach the masses.

Weekly lessons for pre-primary and primary students will be provided.

The lessons will be short, 15 to 20 minutes per day per grade level. Students will only need to tune into the broadcast at that time and get the lesson for the day.

For students that don’t have access, the MOE will prepare some print resources for them. The print resources will be in line with other resources provided through the mediums.

The Ministry of Education informed that they will only print a percentage of booklets that they determine are needed.

 

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