The premier stressed The COVID-19 pandemic has had a heavy impact on the education sector, especially online learning for a long time, significantly impacting the assurance of organizational programs, methods and plans for teaching and learning. school, classroom and developmental activities of children and students.
Therefore, before the expected epidemic situation continues further, the Prime Minister asked The Ministry of Education and Training to coordinate with ministries and localities to proactively implement flexible school year plans, creating favorable conditions for students to study, ensuring their health and completing the program. . Safe places in epidemic prevention and control are still open as usual.
The Prime Minister asked to continue to review and improve the methods of online teaching and distance learning; develop e-learning resources, have specific solutions to support teaching and learning for students of grades 1 and 2.
Prepare for vaccination of students at all levels after the professional agency has instructed to vaccinate against COVID-19 for people under the age of 18; integrate and vaccinate all teachers at all levels, support the anti-epidemic spirit of “self for all, all for every person” to strictly implement measures to prevent and control the epidemic …
In order to effectively serve online learning, the Prime Minister also suggested that schools guide families to take steps to ensure safety and efficiency; Publishers offer textbooks, including full electronic versions, for your convenience.
Have an appropriate online assessment and verification method, a plan to organize the baccalaureate exam in 2022 in accordance with the anti-epidemic situation, step by step digital transformation to transform enrollment, training, assessment Graduation prices and module protection online.
In particular, the President of the Council underlined that the localities with epidemics and the implementation of Directive 15 and Directive 16, in the immediate future, organize online teaching; prioritize resources to support disadvantaged students who do not have online learning facilities, ensure equity, innovate teaching methods to help children and students learn by playing and having fun in learning.
Implement the exemption and reduction of tuition fees, ensuring that no student cannot go to school after the COVID-19 outbreak due to difficulties, reducing the hardship for teachers affected by school closures, especially teachers of the system of private preschools.
Create favorable conditions for students to receive and transfer schools in case their families change their area of residence due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic; research to increase the quantity and quality of the semi-boarding house system in order to maintain and develop this model in compliance with local conditions.