Turkey extends remote learning for students until April 30
CORONAVIRUS UPDATES - Turkish schools will extend remote learning from home through April 30 amid #coronavirus fears in the country, said Education Minister Ziya Selçuk.
Turkish schools will extend remote learning from home until April 30 amid coronavirus fears in the country, Education Minister Ziya Selçuk said.
Selçuk’s comments came during a press conference along with Health Minister Fahrettin Koca on March 25. The ministers answered reporters’ questions following a meeting of the Health Ministry’s Science Commission.
Turkey reported its first coronavirus case early on March 11, which was followed by the country shutting schools and universities as part of its struggle against the virus.
The school break was initially planned to last for two weeks with remote education being provided in the second week.