Distance education in Kazakhstan is proposed to legalize
In the current context of the coronavirus pandemic, distance learning has become a necessity for the entire country. To prevent a new outbreak of coronavirus, the new school year in the Republic's schools will start remotely for most students.
However, it should be noted that such a format of training in Kazakhstan does not have its own legal status. Journalist and business coach Olga she proposed to legalize the passage of distance education in the country. She said this during a special online press conference, which was dedicated to the readiness of school educational institutions, teachers and parents for the new school year during the coronavirus pandemic.
According to her view, the legal status of distance education should be formalized. But it is also believed that this format of education should not replace its old one, especially for schools.
Read more about how students will study online in Almaty here.