Poland's main opposition party Civic Platform on Saturday presented its plan for combating the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has revealed the growing problem of “hardware exclusion” in Polish households when it comes to digital learning, a report of the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has shown.
The return to school of year eight and matriculation (matura) exam students may be possible in March, though not at the beginning of the month, Poland's health minister said on Saturday.
Research on remote schooling shows that students are falling far behind in their studies, covering up to 60-70 percent less material over an entire school year, the newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza wrote on Monday, citing World Bank data.
Pupils in Poland's 4th-8th forms and secondary schools will return to regular classes in March at the earliest, the health minister said on Monday.
Children from grades 1 through 3 will return to their schools as of January 18, Health Minister Adam Niedzielski announced on Monday.
Pupils from grades 1-3 will probably be the first to return to school, the Polish education minister said on Tuesday without mentioning any specific dates.
A regulation of the minister of education published in the Journal of Laws stipulates that winter holidays for all students during this school year will take place at the same time, from January 4 to January 17, immediately after the Christmas break.
Brainly, which started in Kraków 11 years ago, now has 350 million users around the world, with the largest growth coming from the US.
From Monday, about 3.8 million older Polish school students are learning remotely, while 2.5 million younger children are still going to schools and kindergartens, spokesperson for the Ministry of Education Anna Ostrowska said on Monday.