There must be an increase in investment in teachers, such as continuing qualifications, subsidies for initial qualifications, incentives for employment, programs for activities of new institutions. This was discussed by experts from the Ministry of Educat
More than 3,200 students from 5th to 12th grade returned to class in Sofia today. Most of them are in private schools. The only municipal school in the capital, the 164th Spanish-language high school, Miguel de Cervantes, managed to bring together 176 gre
There are already tests for students from 1st to 4th grade across the country, the Ministry of Education announced.
Students in the 13 districts of Bulgaria, who already have tests and whose parents agree for the children to be tested twice a week, can return to class from today, November 10, the press center of the Ministry of Education and Science / MES announced. /.
Are the schools ready for mass testing and when will they open their doors to the little ones?
From next week, children from 1st to 4th grade will return to class for testing twice a week. It will be performed by teachers and parents in a school environment. But how?
Only students with a valid document for post-illness or vaccination (for children over 12) will not be tested. This was clarified by the Ministry of Education.
From Monday, all students return to class, even in the areas of dark red, but with testing twice a week. This is done by order of the Minister of Health.
Half of the parents consider private lessons compulsory in order for their child to be admitted to the desired school. This shows a survey of the educational platform Nauchi.bg among 400 Bulgarian parents, teachers and students.
A study by the European Commission shows that because of distance learning, children spend an average of six and a half hours online online.
Children can return to school in person, but with mandatory testing twice a week, and teachers will either have to have a green certificate or be tested as well.
The World Health Organization's regional office for Europe calls on the continent's authorities not to close schools when taking preventive and restrictive measures against the spread of COVID-19.
The growth of coronavirus patients has imposed new restrictions on teachers and students in the country.
Students from 1st to 4th grade can return to school next week. This was announced by the Minister of Education Nikolay Denkov. Student testing and green certificates for teachers are among the planned measures.
In the midst of the fourth wave: why were the children locked up first and will they return to school soon? Georgi Bogdanov, executive director of the National Network for Children, commented on the topic in the studio of "The Day Begins".
812.66 per 100 thousand people is the 14-day incidence of COVID-19 in Sofia, RHI announced in the middle of the day in the capital. Infections exceed 750 per 100,000, which, according to the order of the Minister of Health, means that students must go int
Teachers without a green certificate can teach remotely. This was said to bTV by the Minister of Education Nikolay Denkov on the occasion of the discussed new measures against the spread of the coronavirus in schools.
If the health authorities decide on a green certificate at school, I will support it. I will not issue an order for mandatory immunization of teachers. This was said to Nova TV by the Minister of Education Nikolay Denkov.
11 antigenic tests for diagnosing COVID-19, available on the market in Bulgaria, can be applied in school by the children themselves or by the medical specialists there. They are included in a list provided to the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) b
A boy in the first-grade fell into a coma after a fight with a 14-year-old girl at a school in the Pleven village of Brenitsa.
Kindergartens and schools in Sofia will not be closed - this is the proposal of the Sofia Operational Headquarters, which we will send to the Minister of Health and the regional headquarters, which has the authority to introduce measures in the municipali
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