Al-Abd al-Aali indicated that the world is still registering an increase in the number of registered cases of Corona virus, and said that “the critical cases index has decreased in the Kingdom, as it decreased by more than 9% from last week,” according to the official Saudi News Agency.
For her part, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Education said, “The final exams for the first semester will be remotely, through the Madrasati platform for public and private schools that benefit from the platform, or other educational platforms used by private and international schools.”
She added that “attendance exams in schools remain an option, and for those who do not allow technical conditions to take the test remotely, according to the fulfillment of 3 conditions: the first of which is the approval of the director of education, the approval of the student’s parent, and making sure the school is ready to achieve separation and the application of all health precautions.”
And she continued by saying that “students who were not able to access the Madrasati platform, and follow their lessons via Ain or YouTube channels, are evaluated by assigning them to tests and homework that are delivered to them from the school on a weekly basis, and returned to the school to be corrected, and to ensure that the targeted educational outcomes are achieved.”
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