Fifth and sixth graders, as well as 11th and 12th graders will return today (Sunday) to face-to-face studies in most localities in the country. Learning will take place in schools located in authorities and areas classified in yellow and green according to the traffic light model, as well as in authorities and areas classified in orange with a traffic light score of 7 at most and the vaccination rate in those aged 50+ is 70%. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/students-in-grades-5-6-11-12-return-today-sunday-to-school-in-most-localities.html
The updated classification of localities according to the colors of the traffic light, conducted last Thursday, allowed many localities where the education system was so far closed to open the study frameworks.
At the Harel Mall, middle school students at Harel High School in Mevaseret Zion will demonstrate today, in protest that seventh through tenth grades have not yet returned to school, while the malls have opened. Similar protests will take place in other parts of the country. According to the outline approved by the Corona Cabinet, students of these age groups are expected to return to school in just two weeks. A discussion in the Corona Cabinet last Thursday did not change the decision.
Classes will be held in groups of up to 20 students, with each student coming home at least two days a week. Regulations approved by the government include opening a class of immigrant students to study the Hebrew language, and opening thirteenth and fourteenth grades in technology colleges in accordance with the model of opening classes in schools. However, technology colleges that constitute continuing education for an educational institution for at-risk youth will be able to operate throughout the country.
Another change that will begin today is the expansion of the possibility of holding open-air studies from 10 people in a group to 20. Open-air studies are possible throughout the country, even in localities defined as red, and for all age groups, even those whose studies have not yet been renewed. In addition, kindergartens and schools that will be allowed to operate will also be able to hold activities of external operators, which has been banned until now. In addition, they will allow them to go on one-day trips.
Movements and youth organizations will also be able to operate in an open area after school hours, in the model of opening classrooms – activities in groups of up to 20 participants.
The facilitation will also be reflected in the boarding school activities, which will be allowed to operate in an “open” track as it was before the closure, in groups of up to 18 students, and in a way that will allow entry and exit from the boarding school without restrictions.
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