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Education Ministry official Jumeri said the policy on face-to-face learning or PTM in schools is referred to the joint decree (SKB) of four ministers.
The Jakarta Provincial Government is continuing the pilot project of face-to-face learning at 226 schools starting today, June 9, 2021.
The Indonesian government decided that face-to-face learning at schools will resume in the new academic year in July 2021.
South Sulawesi Education Office Secretary Hery Sumiharto said the face-to-face learning activities in schools still depend on the Covid-19 trend.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the city government had not received negative reports in the first phase of the back-to-school trial.
Indonesian Pediatric Society (IDAI) confirmed it has not yet recommended face-to-face learning in schools.
Jakarta will start the trial period of face-to-face learning across 85 primary schools, junior high, and high schools on Wednesday.
A state junior high school in Jakarta revealed two difficulties in holding face-to-face learning after conducting a trial reopening of schools.
Epidemiologist Tri Yunis said that the Jakarta government's plan to conduct a trial reopening of schools is still prone to Covid-19 transmission.
The Jakarta provincial government targeted to resume face-to-face learning activities in April 2021.
Jakarta Ombudsman asked the Jakarta Government and other regional governments of its neighboring regions to prepare a study on school reopening.
Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim said it had been too long for students to not undergo face-to-face learning.
The Covid-19 Handling Task Force said the school reopening and the implementation of face-to-face learning activities depended on the risk zone map.
Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim targeted to reopen schools starting July 2021.
The Education and Culture Ministry official says that the joint ministerial decree (SKB) on face-to-face learning will not be revoked.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria stated that the city government would keep implementing the online learning system amid high COVID-19 cases.
Jakarta Administration, through the Education Department, has set to continue remote learning or home learning system this semester.
Jakarta Education Agency Head Nahdiana recalled her conversation with Minister Nadiem Makarim regarding the preparation of school reopening.
Coordinating Minister Muhadjir Effendy said the government had made preparations ahead of the school reopening in January 2021.
The Indonesian Pediatric Society (IDAI) assessed that the online learning system, or locally known PJJ, is still safer than face-to-face learning.