Most of the federal states are gradually introducing relaxation of restrictive measures. Back in March, the majority of schoolchildren should sit down at their desks again. In the matter of opening schools, the federal states took different paths.
In Berlin Shift classes have already started for students from grades 1 to 3. On Tuesday, children from the 4th-6th grades returned to full-time education in shifts.
In Bremen primary schools resumed full-time work as early as March 1. For children starting from the fifth grade, schools are still open in shifts. Pupils of the final grades write control tests only in full-time mode.
From March 15, depending on the incidence rate in the regions, schools for primary school students in Bavaria will be happy to welcome the children every day, and high school students will still attend face-to-face classes in shifts.
In BrandenburgAfter the kids, high school students will return to schools from March 15. Shifts first.
In Hamburg compulsory school attendance has been canceled for now. In this federal state, parents can decide whether their children need to attend face-to-face classes or whether it is better to continue their education from home for the time being.
In Lower Saxony primary school and graduate school students will re-fill classes, provided that the incidence rate in the region does not exceed the border of 100. On March 15, distance learning will change to full-time for grades 5-7 and 12.
In Rhineland-Palatinate pupils of the 5th and 6th grades will be able to return to schools in shifts.
In Saxony elementary school students have been attending schools in shifts since February. After March 15, others will join them.
In almost all regions of the earth Schleswig-Holstein students in grades 5 and 6 will be able to sit down at their desks again.
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