Ministry of education announced, any school registration before the end of August is forbidden.

Ministry of education announced, any school registration before the end of August is forbidden.

Students families are complaining  that Some private schools are forcing them for school registration for the coming year which is out of the date identified by the ministry of education.

Based on this  complain Ministry of education Communication director  Wro. Haregua Mamo announced that any schools can not held registration before the end of August and  as Action will be taken on schools that carried over the decision of the ministry.

The reason for the extension of the registration is to minimize  families and students movement to school in order to tackle  the spread of COVID-19 said the director.

The ministry of education calls families to help their children to read the materials they had on hand  and keep them selves from fake news and rumors. And informed that as  the class will start  when the government announce  to begin.


Free promotion will not affect the quality of education , Ministry of education

Free promotion will not affect the quality of education , Ministry of education

Based on the decision passed by the ministry education  on free promotion of students except grade 8 and 12 so many questions were raised.

The quality of education was one of the question raised  by many parts.

Concerning this Minister of ministry  of education Dr.Eng Getahun mekuriya said  the aim of the free promotion is to motivate the students to get back to school and  to share the burden of the students while schools reopened. After getting back students to school we will work on  the quality the minister said.

The minister also added " we can not achieve the education quality by the education policy that we followed today so we are  developing a new educational policy that will be implemented on the coming 2014 E.C". 

The new educational  policy will help to  solve  the education quality permanently said the minister.

 Different countries experiences were taken While ministry of education decide free promotion of students

Its known that  the ministry of education were passed decision of free promotion of students except grade 8 and 12.


Teachers protest across US over reopening schools in pandemic.

Teachers protest across US over reopening schools in pandemic.

Teachers and support staff at more than 35 school districts across the United States on Monday are protesting against the reopening of schools while COVID-19 is surging in many parts of the country.

They are demanding in-person classes not be held until scientific data supports it, safety protocols such as lower class sizes and virus testing are established, and schools are staffed with adequate numbers of counsellors and nurses, according to a website set up for the demonstrations.

Teachers are also demanding financial help for parents in need, including rent and mortgage assistance, a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures, and cash assistance.

 

 Source . Aljazeera.com


August reopening for Scottish schools ‘not a done deal’, warns teaching union

August reopening for Scottish schools ‘not a done deal’, warns teaching union

Stephen Mccabe, the joint chair of the Education Recovery Group at the Scottish government, said there were "serious concerns" among teaching unions about the safety of their members returning to work.
He warned that unions wanted safety concerns dealt with before they would support the reopening of schools, including clarity over personal protective equipment (PPE) stock levels, as well as cleaning rotas.
 
"There are a number of unresolved issues," he said, "The unions want to know about access to PPE for staff and whether there are enough resources available for appropriate cleaning in schools.
 
“They want to know what surveillance testing there will be in schools, particularly for staff and for senior pupils who appear to be at higher risk than younger children, and there remain issues around public transport and what measures should be taken to protect pupils.
"It is absolutely not a done deal that Scottish schools will go back full-time on August 11 despite the positive trajectory we are on."

 

Source: Sunday Times


Ministry of education decides free promotion to all classes, except grade 8 and 12.

Ministry of education decides free promotion to all classes, except grade 8 and 12.

Ministry of education discussed upon different educational issues with regional offices and deliver different decisions.

Based of decision delivered the ministry decide free promotion of other classes except grade 8 and 12.

Students who promoted to the next level will take tutorial for one month and half in the class they promoted in order to compensate the class they miss this year.  

The minister, Dr.ing Getahun Mekuria said the registration period for the next year education will start at the end week of August. Any private and governmental schools could not take any register before the announced date.

The ministry stressed to work more to compensate the classes missed this year.


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Ministry of education announced, any school registration before the end of August is forbidden.

Students families are complaining that Some private schools are forcing them for school registration for the coming year which is out of the date identified by the ministry of education.

Free promotion will not affect the quality of education , Ministry of education

Based on the decision passed by the ministry education on free promotion of students except grade 8 and 12 so many questions were raised.

Teachers protest across US over reopening schools in pandemic.

Teachers and school staff are demanding in-person classes not be held until sufficient safety protocols are established.

August reopening for Scottish schools ‘not a done deal’, warns teaching union

Stephen Mccabe, the joint chair of the Education Recovery Group at the Scottish government, said there were "serious concerns" among teaching unions about the safety of their members returning to work. He warned that unions wanted safety concerns dealt with before they would support the reopening of schools, including clarity over personal protective equipment (PPE) stock levels, as well as cleaning rotas.

Ministry of education decides free promotion to all classes, except grade 8 and 12.

Ministry of education discussed upon different educational issues with regional offices and deliver different decisions.