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10 practical tips for reopening an international school

POSTED: August 13, 2020Category: ArticlesBY: AISA Admin

The vacation offered a chance for international schools to plan their reopening strategies by following these key practical pieces of advice.

Most countries have had some form of school closure, a period of distance learning and are now looking at ways to reopen schools safely in September.

For schools themselves, this means finding a balance between ensuring education can continue to benefit pupils while keeping everyone safe – pupils, teachers and parents.

To ensure this is the case, reopenings needs to be carefully considered.

Of course, every school will have its unique circumstances, but here are 10 key practical steps to consider to help take stock and make sense of the months ahead, to help minimise risks and reassure your community.

Click here to read the full article on the Tes website.

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