Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Jalisco will start next school year with distance classes

Next August 24 is the date that the educational authorities of the state defined for the start of classes. Governor Enrique Alfaro did not rule out that, at a given moment, students and teachers can make a staggered return to face-to-face classes . The school year in Jalisco will continue at a distance from next August 24. However, this and other dates projected in the educational field will be subject to the evolution of the new coronavirus pandemic, and to the containment of infections. Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez said that, like the 2,300,000 students in the state, the more than 4,000 teachers are people at risk, so the start of face-to-face classes will be conditional on following health protocols in schools and will be staggered. “We are going to prepare for different scenarios, to be able to make even a gradual return scheme, which we will be designing. What we agreed at the table is not to anticipate, leave a few weeks to see how it is evolving from a health point of view, the crisis we are in and we will be building different alternatives, “he explained. Alfaro mentioned that at the start of the cycle Activities will be carried out through virtual tools such as Digital Recrea and Learn at Home, as well as through classes on television, in addition to the strategy defined by the schools themselves.The Governor added that the measures taken to prevent contagion have led Jalisco to be one of the entities with the lowest rate of infections and deaths in the country. Alfaro added that he will hold a virtual meeting with Esteban Moctezuma, Secretary of Education, and the governors of the Bajío-Occidente region to determine educational actions and standardize criteria He explained that both the replacement of the school year and the return to common activities in other areas ective, they will not be as before the social protection that is experienced by the COVID-19 pandemic. He said that the objective is that the reopening of the economy does not generate a major public health problem, and he anticipated that before the end of the month, the reactivation of businesses will be gradual, as will companies, businesses and industries. As of June 5, the way in which the third trimester of basic education will be evaluated is defined in each school. Students who finish sixth grade and third high school will be privileged “,.,” Meanwhile, on June 22, the opening of the third quarter grading system will take place, and on June 29 the opinion of assignment to basic education. The issuance of online ballots and certificates will take place from July 1. With the cancellation of face-to-face classes in Jalisco the presence of people on the street is reduced by 36 percent, explained the Secretary of Education of the State of Jalisco, Juan Carlos Flores Miramontes. “Either virtual or on paper, students have the option of monitoring the activities of the current school year before closing, and for this there are materials prepared by teachers, digital tools, PDF documents, study guides and content educational programs that are broadcast on open television ”, he detailed. He added that the tools described will allow each student to follow their study from home and pass their subjects as established.


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