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In total, there will be 1,509 schools that will perform the limited face-to-face learning (PTM).
Tangerang Regency Education Agency confirms no students were exposed to COVID-19 during the trial run of the face-to-face learning at schools.
The Jakarta Education Office said that Covid-19 cases have been found in six schools in the capital after the face-to-face learning (PTM) resumed.
Jakarta Education Agency to hold a meeting with the Health Agency on the finding of 25 COVID-19 Clusters at schools.
The Education Ministry confirms data of thousands of schools reporting COVID-19 transmission since the onset of the pandemic.
House Speaker Puan Maharani highlighted the importance of accelerating COVID-19 vaccinations for school age groups
The Jakarta Transportation Agency provides free school buses for students participating in face-to-face classes as the city decides to reopen schools.
The Jakarta provincial government on Monday officially reopened schools and marked the reintroduction of physical attendance schooling.
Bogor Regency to start the school reopening for elementary and junior high levels next week.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the provincial government will resume the back-to-school trials starting Monday, August 30.
Yogyakarta Governor Sultan HB X has not yet allowed face-to-face learning at schools under several considerations.
Jakarta Provincial Government did not rush to hold face-to-face learning at schools even though it has been allowed to, said Deputy Governor Riza.
Jakarta is now allowed to reopen limited face-to-face classes at schools after the capital city was declared under the level 3 PPKM from August 24-30.
President Jokowi held a virtual dialogue that saw him exchange conversations with primary school students amidst Children's Day commemoration.
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.
A number of parents agree that offline learning at schools will be more effective than remote learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Jakarta Provincial Government is continuing the pilot project of face-to-face learning at 226 schools starting today, June 9, 2021.
School in Okinawa, Japan, are froced to close due to the surge of Covid-19 cases among youngsters.
The Indonesian government decided that face-to-face learning at schools will resume in the new academic year in July 2021.
Alvian Wardhana teaches thousands of children in villages in South Kalimantan using methods that enable them to understand lessons better.