Turkey announces return to schools on Monday

Amman Today

publish date 2021-09-03 17:07:36

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that all students will return to school next Monday, after a period of distance education due to the spread of the Corona epidemic.

This came in a speech, Friday, during a ceremony to appoint 20,000 teachers, at the Gulf Convention Center in Istanbul.

Erdogan congratulated all those appointed, noting that the number of teachers in Turkey has reached one million and 137 thousand.

“By taking the utmost measures, our children will return to their schools on Monday,” he said.

He stressed that they are determined to keep schools open so that children receive the best education with their peers.

He pointed out that Turkey is the country in Europe that has improved the salaries of teachers over the past twenty years.

Erdogan stressed the importance of opening schools for the healthy and healthy physical, cultural, sports and mental development of children.

And he added: “In the next stage, we will focus on raising the level of education, and for this we will develop the content of the curricula.”

He pointed out that the epidemic is still ongoing, but it is no longer possible to overlook the separation of students from their schools.

He added, “God willing, we will keep our schools open full time, and we will end the school year in this way.”


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