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Posted: Thursday, September 3, 2020. 5:20 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: The Ministry of Education (MOE) announced today that teachers are to return to their schools on Friday, September 4.

The MOE noted that since the all-clear was given following Hurricane Nana, teachers continue preparations for the resumption of classes on Monday, September 7.

“Teachers are reminded that this school year will be different as it will not be face to face but distance education in the first instance,” the Ministry said. “It will be a challenging time for all of us and the outgoing support of the school is important.”

The Ministry concluded by thanking all educators for their commitment to the development of students and committed to doing its part in ensuring that the upcoming school year is a success.

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