PERM, 14 Feb – RIA Novosti. The Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation will make every effort so that the stay of schoolchildren on distance learning during the pandemic does not affect the results of the Unified State Examination, said Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Viktor Basyuk during a working trip to the Perm Territory.
“We will do everything so that distance learning does not affect the final certification in any way … It is difficult to predict the results,” Viktor Basyuk said.
He stressed that already in all constituent entities of the Russian Federation there is a full-time educational process in schools due to the normalization of the epidemiological situation, students are returning to the traditional education system. According to him, the assessment of students' knowledge is scheduled for March.
We didn’t want to start right away with the assessment (knowledge), we need the guys to adapt after a long break, we plan to conduct the assessment of knowledge at the end of this quarter, so that in May there would be an opportunity to catch up if there was a shortage.
Viktor Basyukz, Russian Minister of Education