Schools in the nation’s capital will reopen for grades 9-12 from Monday after a surge in COVID-19 cases led to their closure in December, even as stakeholders debate whether to continue the mode of blended teaching and learning. Many teachers and parents have pointed out that attendance was low when schools last reopened due to the online teaching option and that it will be difficult to make up for learning losses if physical classes do not resume. completely. It was high time for the schools to reopen but the way they talked about running the schools online and offline, it would have been better if they had done everything offline like they did for the colleges. The students were eagerly waiting,” said RC Jain, chairman of the Delhi State Public School Management Association. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) had on Friday decided to reopen tertiary institutions and coaching centers as well as schools for grades 9 to 12 from February 7. The jury also decided to resume classes from kindergarten to 8 from February 14.
First post: STI