Attending the "Opening Ceremony of the Completed Education Facilities" in Düzce, Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk made a press statement about face-to-face training during the epidemic after the opening. Making evaluations about face-to-face education, Minister Selçuk said, "At the point of attendance at our schools, there is a participation rate of over 80 percent in primary schools, 76 percent in secondary schools and around 70 percent in high schools." said. Emphasizing that they want to continue face-to-face education with a high level of participation, Selçuk said, “We strive to make common decisions by observing the changes every day and every moment. We want to continue face-to-face training in a much more attentive and higher manner in the upcoming period. These conditions should improve as soon as possible. Our priority is of course face-to-face education. " found in the description. 2nd
Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk answered the questions of the press members about the face-to-face education process after visiting TOKI Mehmet Akif Ersoy Primary School within the scope of the Düzce program.
Mentioning that they have been following the intense and dynamic process experienced with the opening of schools since March 2, Selçuk said, “In this context, it is possible to easily say that; At the point of attendance to our schools, there is a participation of over 80 percent in primary schools, 76 percent in secondary schools and around 70 percent in high schools. he spoke.
Stating that statistics on school attendance point to an increase, Selçuk said, “Of course, our top priority is face-to-face education, but among OECD countries, we are among the top 5 countries where schools are closed most, after countries such as Slovakia, Costa Rica and Colombia. This is an approach that stems from our health principle priority. ” used the expression.
Selçuk pointed out that as a result of the evaluations made by the governorships with the provincial sanitation committees, specific decisions were made with each and every one of them: “I thank those who worked in this process because we are going through a difficult process, but we believe that we will achieve and overcome it all together. On the one hand, the vaccination process continues. We strive to make collective decisions by monitoring the changes every day, every moment. We want to continue face-to-face training with a much more participation and a higher level in the upcoming period. These conditions should improve as soon as possible. Our priority is of course face-to-face education. Despite our desire to keep schools open considering the epidemic conditions, we see that it is more closed when we look at other countries, but this is due to our health priority principle. "
Minister Selçuk also thanked the parents who cooperated with teachers and officials during this process.