North Rhine-Westphalia: Schools should decide for themselves about distance learning

Düsseldorf (dpa/lnw) - If the corona pandemic worsens or extreme weather conditions occur, schools in North Rhine-Westphalia should be allowed to introduce distance learning themselves in the future.

North Rhine-Westphalia: Schools should decide for themselves about distance learning

Düsseldorf (dpa/lnw) - If the corona pandemic worsens or extreme weather conditions occur, schools in North Rhine-Westphalia should be allowed to introduce distance learning themselves in the future. This is provided for in the draft regulation by NRW School Minister Dorothee Feller (CDU). The "Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger" had previously reported.

This should make the schools crisis-proof for the coming season, according to the NRW Ministry of Education on Wednesday. Digital distance learning should only be set up in exceptional situations. The draft of the ordinance has been sent to the state parliament, whose school committee still has to decide on it.

Accordingly, the school management should decide after assessing the situation on site and then inform the parents and the school supervisory authority. The SPD's school policy spokesman, Jochen Ott, criticized the "Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger" for the lack of criteria for the decision in the regulation.

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