More than 50% of general secondary education institutions offer distance learning.
On Odeshchina almost 100 schools, in which more than 29,000 children study, introduce full-time education.
As the head of the Odesa regional military administration, Maksym Marchenko, said, today he discussed the issue of education with the heads of district military administrations, city, village and village heads.
“After listening to the reports, taking into account the priority of resuming the work of the education sector in the conditions of martial law, I gave the order to take maximum measures until October 15 to complete the works on equipping the existing fund of protective structures,” Marchenko said.
He also instructed to create and equip the simplest shelters on the territory of schools, to conduct informational and explanatory work among the participants of the educational process, especially parents, with the aim of attracting students to the face-to-face format of education.
The press service of Odesa OVA specified that currently in the region 98 educational institutions are implementing the full-time format of education for 29 thousand 375 children.
Another 204 educational institutions provide a mixed form of education (combination of face-to-face and distance education) for 44,899 people, and 386 schools provide distance education for 192,847 students.
Thus, according to Oleksandr Lonchak, director of the Department of Education and Science of Odesa Oblast, more than 50% of general secondary education institutions in the region teach remotely.
“Additional efforts are needed to restore the work of preschool education institutions. Only 254 kindergartens have resumed their work: 86 kindergartens work in face-to-face format for 5,580 pupils, 150 in a mixed format, providing services to 10,830 preschoolers, and 24 – in remote mode – 1,819 pupils,” Lonchak said.
As UNIAN reported, in July on Odeshchina 55% of educational institutions had shelters that could be used in the event of an air raid.
Note that in schools On September 1, Odesa Region introduced a mixed education format. There are schools in the region in which shelters are already fully ready for use, but in most institutions, work on their arrangement is currently ongoing or completed.
Also, children’s stay in schools will be reduced as much as possible.
Part of the subjects will be transferred to distance learning. They will study full-time only mathematics, foreign and Ukrainian languages, Ukrainian literature, physics, chemistry, history of Ukraine and several other subjects.