On 5th August 2020, at Ministry of Economy and Finance, the meeting to discuss on the “Draft on the Strategies for the Reopening of Educational Institutions” was chaired by H.E Aun Pornmoniroth, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Finance and Chair of Economic and Financial Policy Committee (EFPC). The meeting was participated by H.E Hang Chuon Naron, Minister of Education Youth and Sport, H.E Mam Bunheng, minister of Health, as well as the high level representative from other related ministries.
Following the pandemic, the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport implemented the “Strategies for the Reopening of Educational Institutions” with two process:
- Progressively reopen the institution that will strictly follow the standard health guideline
- Continue to practice multi-strategy approach including physical class, distance ad e-learning, traditional learning, and self-learning (for students in rural areas).
With these process, “Strategies for the Reopening of Educational Institutions” are implemented based on five policies:
- The Ministry will progressively reopen the education institution in three phase
- The institutions will not fully reopen and need to continue to practice multi-strategy approach including the distance learning and traditional learning, as well as physical learning in class.
- The institutions will be progressively reopened in each phase after they are fully prepared and correctly follow the standard health guideline that adopted by Ministry of Health, and follow the teaching strategy adopted by ministry of education youth and sport
- The reopening of the educational institution is in accordance with the voluntary principle with the high responsibility and commitment in practicing the standard health guideline of Ministry of Health and WHO as well as the strong cooperation from all related parties.
- The reopening of the institutions are geographically based on the level of spread of the Covid-19.
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