On March 14 face-to-face classes will begin in 18 Peruvian regions | News


The Minister of Education of Peru, Rosendo Serna Román, reported this Thursday on the start of face-to-face classes in 18 regions of the country for next March 14, considering the existing factors in each jurisdiction.


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In this sense, he specified that the corresponding authorities will visit each of the regions, not only to inaugurate the school year, but also to interact with teachers and students, in order to point out the situations that may arise in a certain educational institution in the area.

Likewise, Serna stated that the goal is for all regions of the country to start the school year in person, with a deadline of March 28, for which all schools must be enabled.

Serna also specified the installation of prefabricated classrooms in the country’s campuses, while in other regions they have specific areas to house students for the start of face-to-face classes.

“It is necessary to improve the management capacity within the sector, specifically in the regions, so that the money that is budgeted annually can be invested in educational institutions that require work to improve their infrastructure,” the minister pointed out.

On the other hand, he indicated that the Ministry of Education is analyzing the possibility of allowing a maximum capacity of 100 percent of the staff in the classrooms, since the specialists foresee that the third wave of infections by Covid-19 in the country would decrease by the end of the year. of March.

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