Turkey to resume distance learning as of November 20

Turkey to resume distance learning as of November 20

Turkey to resume distance learning as of November 20

Turkey is resuming its distance learning education system as of November 20 until January 4 of the next year, the country's national education minister announced Wednesday, Anadolu reports.

 After the country's decision to impose partial curfews, Ziya Selcuk made a statement detailing the implementation of distance education in line with the decision taken at a Presidential Cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

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Selcuk stated that no in-person exams will be held until December 31 and that the exams will be carried out according to the course of the pandemic.

The statement said no in-person education will be given in pre-schools, kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, special education schools, applied courses in vocational high schools and special education courses.

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Selcuk emphasized that remote learning will continue through national broadcaster TRT's Education Information Network (EBA) channels and live courses, while all teachers can carry out live lessons through EBA.

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