Education Minister Galant’s “Learning in Security” program has been approved

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This morning, the Israeli government approved the plan of the Minister of Education, Yoav Galant, for the opening of the 5771 school year – “Learning in Security”

This morning, the Israeli government approved Education Minister Yoav Galant’s plan for the start of the 2001 school year – “Learning in Security” – which was submitted in cooperation with Finance Minister Israel Katz and Health Minister Yuli Edelstein. As part of the government approval and in accordance with the joint recommendation of the Ministries of Education, Finance and Health, a budget increase of NIS 4.2 billion will be allocated for the implementation of the program to open the school year while dealing with the corona virus and high morbidity.

The “Learning in Security” program, formulated by the Minister of Education and professionals in the ministry in collaboration with the Ministries of Finance and Health, is a unique program on a global scale that will enable the operation of the education system – from kindergartens to twelfth grades – from September 1 until the end of the school year. A.

Method of operating the education system for the year 5741 in the Corona routine

Kindergartens – In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, the kindergartens will not be split up and will operate in full format as usual.

Grades A and B – In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, the classes will not be split and will operate in full format as usual.

Grades 3-4 – will study in the educational institutions in full format, as they are divided into half-grades that include up to 18 students per class and will also use the study spaces of the fifth-sixth grades.

5th-6th grades – will study in a combined outline that includes distance learning and learning in educational institutions (at least two days a week) when they are divided into half grades – up to 18 students per class. Every effort will be made to enable these classes to study in classrooms more than 2 days a week, among other things by studying in spaces and buildings adjacent to the educational institution.

Grades 7-12 – will study in a combined outline that includes distance learning and at least 2 days a week in educational institutions, when they are divided into half grades (up to 18 students per class).



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