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Classrooms will be overcrowded, and “Education” is studying this solution

Amman Today

publish date 2022-08-15 10:58:50

The Compass – The Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education for Administrative and Financial Affairs, Najwa Qabilat, confirmed that the principals of schools that have completed their absorptive capacity have been instructed not to accept any new students, and to open a register to receive students wishing to transfer from private to government on the reserve register.

She said that next week, and before the start of the school year, a school will be created with an evening shift system, and work will be done to direct applications accepted on all reserve lists to this school.

She added that the directors of education were instructed to take the requests of those wishing to transfer from private to government schools on the waiting lists, and to work to create a school on the evening shift so that parents of students wishing to join this school are directed, in order to ensure that students are not deprived of the opportunity to move to government schools and within the capabilities of the Ministry. Currently available, noting that the schools on the morning system are all complete.

She indicated that last year, 200,000 new students were received, in excess of the Ministry’s absorptive capacity and capacity in government schools, where they were absorbed into the rotation system in days, but this year the rotation system was stopped and work became face-to-face on a daily basis, and accordingly, the classrooms in schools will be overcrowded. This year.

She said that there will be overcrowding in some areas such as Qweismeh, Zarqa and some schools in Irid and Qasbah Amman, as the available space has been reduced to less than 1 meter per request in the classroom so that we can return to face-to-face education for all students.

While preparing for the start of the school year, Qabilat confirmed that the ministry will be ready to receive the school year, which will start on August 31, but there are challenges related to seats and textbooks that are expected to be supplied to the ministry on the 25th of this month.

She said that the percentage of supplying textbooks to the Ministry amounted to 80%, except for the developed books that the Ministry recently received from the National Center for Curricula. On the other hand, the process of manufacturing seats continues until schools are provided with their full needs of seats.

Qabila revealed that some high school curricula (mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology) have been changed, as they will be new curricula, stressing that the curricula modification comes gradually in 3 stages for each syllabus, and this year was the third phase of this amendment.

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