WorldMEB determined the measures regarding face-to-face education

MEB determined the measures regarding face-to-face education


In the article on “Business and Transactions Related to the 2021-2022 Education Year”, which was sent to the provinces with the signature of the Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer, it was reminded that the schools and institutions affiliated to the ministry will start the 2021-2022 academic year face-to-face by taking the necessary measures on Monday, September 6th.

According to the article, proficiency exams in responsibility and preparatory classes will be planned and applied between September 1 and September 12, spread over two weeks.

Students who are responsible for the courses in the 2019-2020 academic year will be subjected to the responsibility exam for the first semester subjects and achievements of these courses. The students in question will only be responsible for the first semester subjects and achievements of the 2019-2020 academic year, from the responsibility exams they will take until their responsibilities are removed.

Planning and implementation of support training room activities

It will be ensured that the status of the students who receive education at home or in the hospital will be fully processed into the e-School Management Information system and the necessary planning for education services will be made. Necessary measures will be taken to plan and implement the support education room activities for students studying through mainstreaming.

Among the students studying in public and private secondary education institutions, those who have a disease in the list of chronic diseases in the e-Pulse System of the Ministry of Health, apply to the school directorates with the document they will receive from the e-Pulse System regarding their condition. Necessary measures will be taken by the departments.

No mandatory fee under registration fee or any other name

During the registration of students to schools, no compulsory fee is charged under any other name and complaints about such practices will be evaluated immediately by the governorships and necessary actions will be taken.

Practices that will cause class discrimination in public schools and harm the principle of equal opportunity in education will be avoided by citing various issues such as school enrollment, level/special group classes, teacher selection, technological/physical facilities, foreign language education.

In the article, it was also requested to meticulously comply with the measures and measures taken, especially the mask, distance and cleaning rules, in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic, within the framework of the provisions of the relevant legislation on education and training activities.

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