Schools started in Albania, 16 students and 1 teacher resulted in fever in Tirana

Schools started in Albania, 16 students and 1 teacher resulted in fever in Tirana
 Ismail Qemali School in Tirana
 About 500 pre-university educational institutions opened their doors this Monday only to high school graduates in Albania. After 70 days in quarantine, 12th graders returned to school to repeat the knowledge gained before March 9th.

For 3 weeks, from May 18 to June 5, graduates will conduct 15 hours of repetition in disinfected school premises and with protective measures, masks and gloves.

In addition to the gymnasiums, 9-year schools have been made available to graduates in order to make it possible to observe the distance in classrooms with no more than 15 students.

Due to the addition of classes, teachers have completed those of the first and second years. The General Directorate of Pre-University Education told to media that the teachers of the respective subjects will be involved in the process, who have taught with these students so far, as well as teachers of the respective profile, of other years. The category of teachers of other subjects outside the profile, according to the education directorate, has been called upon to assist in the administration of the process, to strictly implement the health protocols of COVID-19.

Across Albania, about 1,500 graduates out of 31,000 who will have 4 matura exams have chosen not to return to school benches but to work individually.

While in Tirana, 17 people, 16 students and 1 teacher of 12th grade were not allowed to attend classes, as their body temperature was higher than 37.5. The highest number was in Qemal Stafa High School, with 11 students and 1 teacher. Then in the high school Sinan Tafaj with 4 cases, and 1 student at Sami Frashëri school.
Schools started in Albania, 16 students and 1 teacher resulted in fever in Tirana Schools started in Albania, 16 students and 1 teacher resulted in fever in Tirana Monday, May 18, 2020 Rating: 5
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