Coronavirus : private students of the school pass the tray white home
In the Haut-Rhin, the Oise, and in Corsica, homes most affected by the Coronavirus, almost 300 schools and kindergartens have been closed as soon as this Monday, 9 march 2020, for at least two weeks. More than 300 000 students are thus deprived of school and some high school students will have to pass the bin in conditions that are unpublished : to the house !
While the Coronavirus continues to spread in the world, France is no exception : 1.126 cases have been confirmed and 19 people died, according to the latest balance sheet in the official press release Sunday night. The government then decided to put in place new measures, such as the prohibition of gatherings of more than 1,000 persons or the closure of schools. If, in Italy, the government has decided to close all its schools and all its universities until mid-march, it is not yet here in France, where 300 schools and nurseries have been closed in the Haut-Rhin, the Oise, and in Corsica, the home of the most contaminated.
300,000 students deprived of schooling because of the sars Coronavirus
From this Monday, and for at least two weeks, more than 300 000 students are thus deprived of school, but no classes. In fact, the ministry of Education has put in place a system of online led by the national Centre for distance learning (Cned) in order to ensure the “educational continuity” at a distance. The latter, in particular, offers “virtual classrooms” in which students can interact with the teacher.
Tray white remote
But how is it going for the exams ? Not a question of the reporter : for those who had to pass the bac blanc will go well, but at a distance ! In the Oise department in particular, and especially at the lycée Charles De Gaulle in Lacroix-Saint-Ouen (Oise), the trials were maintained precise France Info. The high school student receives the subject on a platform of national education and then two hours for the floor on this one. Conditions previously unpublished, for the moment, are not widespread. It is not yet known if this mode of operation will be applied to other schools…