The Kyiv City State Administration does not rule out that classes will have to be "mixed" in schools depending on the wishes of parents regarding the form of education.
Director of the Department of Education and Science of the Kyiv City State Administration, Olena Fidanyan, told how the educational process will take place in the capital’s schools from September 1.
“If the school has two parallel classes, and some in one and the other wanted offline, and some face-to-face, then we will combine the school classes. There will be a class that will come offline, and there will be one that will be online. And if the number of children in the school is low, such parents will be offered basic facilities for remote education,” Fidanyan said.
According to Fidanyan, almost 70% parents in Kyiv chose full-time education for their children from September 1.