Six million students start ‘My School is in My Home’ through 23 education channels

      Published on Sunday, 30 August , 2020      1184 Views     
Six million students start ‘My School is in My Home’ through 23 education channels

Over six million male and female students are scheduled to resume on Sunday their education journey remotely under the motto “My School is in My Home”, at the start of an exceptional school year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Ministry of Education has completed all its education preparations and plans, by providing all textbooks and ensuring the mechanism for distributing them to male and female students is in line with the precautionary measures being implemented in the school.

In addition, the ministry has created the “Madrasati Platform” for distance education, which includes all manuals for use by male and female students, their parents, male and female teachers, school leaders and education supervisors.

The Ministry of Education has also prepared 23 education channels (Ain satellite channels) to broadcast lessons according to a study schedule.

These include three channels for special education, which it has archived on “YouTube” for reference at any time, where a student who does not have a smart device or Internet service can receive his lessons through the Ain channels on the frequency (Arabsat:12437 /vertical 27500).

Over six million students are benefiting from the “Madrasati Platform” in more than 250,000 daily virtual classrooms, in addition to 525,000 teachers, parents, school leaders, and education supervisors, as they interact in an education journey characterized by multiple tracks, tasks, and roles.


Category Government, Saudi News | 2020/08/30 latest update at 9:10 PM
Source : Al Khaleej Today | Photocredit : Google
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