During the second ordinary session of the State Technical Council (CTE), the Secretary of Education of Puebla, Melitón Lozano assured that in January 2022 they have contemplated the return to face-to-face classes in all schools in the state.
Currently, schools are teaching with hybrid systems, in which classes are alternated in the classroom and through the internet.
During the technical advice, Melitón Lozano invited the directors of the 12 educational levels that make up the Undersecretariat of Compulsory Education to establish monitoring mechanisms to strengthen the teaching and learning process. In addition to promoting permanent actions aimed at caring for the health of the community.
Once classes resume in January, the return to 100 percent of face-to-face classes It will be staggered, in order to define the health protocols to be followed.
According to the SEP calendar, classes will resume after the December holidays on Monday, January 3, 2022.
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Ministry of Health reports decrease in infections in minors
This Tuesday, November 23, the undersecretary of Federal Health, Hugo López Gatell reported that infections by COVID-19 in minors they are on the decline throughout the country, despite the return to school.
He also commented that since the beginning of the pandemic, few schools have had positive cases in students:
“We have an information system for immediate alerting shared with the Ministry of Public Education, and we see that of the schools that have opened so far, only 0.07 percent they have had some kind of affectation, some room that presents a positive case for COVID “.
Finally, Gatell reported that more than half of the cases occurred in adolescents between 12 and 17 years. Therefore, he hopes that infections will be reduced with vaccination for people between 15 and 17 years old.
The agency prepares the conditions for the students of the entire entity to return to 100% staggered presence in the classrooms in January 2022, it reported @MelitonLozano during the second ordinary session of the State Technical Council.
– Secretary of Education (@SEPGobPue) November 22, 2021