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      Some Beijing Schools to Reopen on April 27

      Some Beijing Schools to Reopen on April 27
      Apr 16, 2020 By eChinacities.com

      Beijing schools will begin to reopen on Monday, April 27, the Municipal Education Commission announced this week. High school seniors will be the first to be reinstated, followed by 9th graders on May 11.


      Source: sean Kong 

      These grades will be the first to return because of the high school exams in Chinese public schools, but no indication has yet been given about the plan for international schools.

      In recent weeks, more schools across China have been cautiously opening in graded batches since China’s Ministry of Education suggested a staggered approach on February 28 to minimize the risk of a second COVID-19 outbreak. Just like Beijing is set to see, 9th and 12th grades were the first to return, followed by other high school and middle school classes in the preceding weeks. Elementary schools, kindergartens, preschools, colleges, universities and training centers should be the last to return, according to the official advice.

      All students and staff returning to schools are required to follow 25 guidelines laid out by the State Council, including installing temporary isolation areas for anyone showing coronavirus symptoms, following proper ventilation and sanitation protocols, and having returning students and teachers submit to daily health checks and a mandatory 14-day quarantine if they’ve been overseas. Large group activities have also been banned and break times are to be taken in shifts to avoid students congregating in the yard or cafeteria.

      However, many families and teachers are still stuck abroad after China blocked the entry of all foreigners on March 28. This issue has not been addressed by Beijing’s Municipal Education Commission, but the Beijinger reports that online learning is likely to continue to some extent at many schools, even as they reopen physical classrooms.

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      7 Comments

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      Abdelhady
      comment|78266|2004170

      I think that it is too early to call for the return of schools now, even if the statistics of the Corona virus have begun to decline in China, they are still abundant in some countries.

      Oct 03, 2020 22:52 Report Abuse

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      kenneth_taytc
      comment|78078|1662630

      School reopens in September, there are many schools short of ESL teacher at this moment

      Sep 20, 2020 11:19 Report Abuse

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      Semitt
      comment|77292|1941720

      I do not support the idea but if though the government can manage it well then they are good to go

      Apr 21, 2020 14:47 Report Abuse

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      Fatai2356
      comment|77288|1936874

      Really

      Apr 21, 2020 00:54 Report Abuse

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      Guest15034668
      comment|77219|1670518

      Can’t wait

      Apr 17, 2020 20:09 Report Abuse

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      r_russ
      comment|77213|1742317

      wonderful

      Apr 17, 2020 10:09 Report Abuse

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      Guest15034668
      comment|77211|1670518

      Can’t wait for everything to get back to normal

      Apr 16, 2020 20:51 Report Abuse

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