School to reopen in stages from 1st september: Malaysia


Malaysian schools will resume for face-to-face lessons in phases beginning September 1, according to the Education Ministry (July 17). The ministry said in a statement that home-based teaching and learning will continue through August 31 and this applied to all the government schools, government-aided schools, private schools, and educational institutions registered with them.
However, based on the latest risk assessments by the Health Ministry and the National Security Council, this decision might be changed.
“At least one week before schools reopen, the ministry will provide more details on the reopening of schools for face-to-face learning,” it said.
After Covid-19 instances were discovered to have spread among pupils in numerous schools the schools were closed in early May, after these educational institutions had only been open for a few weeks this year. In March, primary school students returned to class, and in April, secondary school students began their studies. Since then, students have gotten their education via the internet and national television programmes.
The decision to reopen was taken after considering the country’s existing immunisation rates, according to the ministry’s statement.
253,366 teachers and administrators (61.3%), as well as 10,876 support workers (46.33%), have received their first dose of Covid – Vaccination.


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