Posted: Thursday, August 27, 2020. 2:17 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Schools are closing in on completing their Learning Continuity Plans, establishing how they plan to reach students.
By and large, education will be conducted through paper-based assessment, but where students have access to technology that will be adapted.
The curriculum remains in effect and focus is on literacy and numeracy.
Hence, teachers may work from home or school depending on their circumstances; if they need to primarily work from home they must write the Ministry of Education to seek permission.
The textbooks are reserved for Government and grant-aided schools and primary basis for printed material being used.
Homeschooling and private schools must rely on their established resources.
A supplemental assistance fund of $5 per student per school will be provided to support printing of necessary materials.
Parents need not be worried if they are illiterate or even unable to understand certain aspects of the curriculum; be sure to reach out to your child’s teacher for help.
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