9th and 12th graders who can’t attend classes directly will not be able to take the first semester exam
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On the afternoon of December 9, Mr. Le Duy Tan, , Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training, shared more about the issue of of 9th and 12th grade students on December 13. According to Mr. Tan, from September 6 until now, students' learning has been done through online learning and on the Internet. However, this method has limitations, so when approved by the and given the opportunity, the education sector will promote . The of online and in-person learning will complement each other.
About 88,000 9th graders and 66,000 12th graders are allowed to go to school directly on December 13 , reaching a rate of 88%. Mr. Tan also said that this includes families of children who cannot go to school. However, thanks to the coordination of the Department of Health and the direction of the City People's Committee, the Department of Education and Training believes that, despite the difficulties, with efforts from the school, the participating forces, the educational process and the children's awareness, all difficulties will be overcome.
When going to school directly, students will take the exam at the end of first semester directly. Students who are not yet able to attend school directly will take the exam later and go through the student learning assessment in the second semester. "To take the first semester exam one must go to face-to-face classes, and restrictions must be completed beforehand. Therefore, students who for various reasons can't come to study directly, will not be able to take the exam, not until they can give direct attendance”, said Mr. Tan.
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