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Alongside the delivery of these programmes, the MOEC contextualized the global Framework for Reopening Schools to the local context to safeguard the health and safety of both children and teachers when reopening schools. (...) As a result, important considerations such as WASH, mental health and nutrition are prominently included in the school reopening guidelines. • Phasing school reopening – The school reopening guidelines strike a careful balance between protecting the health of children and teachers and minimizing learning losses. (...) While the school reopening guidelines provide criteria and recommendations, the ultimate decision on reopening schools is the responsibility of the subnational level and school communities based on their assessment of the local context.
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Score: 1063611.9 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/media/20176/file
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Keywords: School reopening, guidelines, phased reopening, localized reopening, decentralization, M&E CHINA – SUPPORTING THE SCHOOL REOPENING FOR 241 MILLION CHILDREN (24 AUGUST 2020) The case study ‘China – Supporting the school reopening for 241 million children’ showcases how UNICEF provided value- add to the government’s back to school campaign with its focus on MHPSS and C4D. (...) Keywords: Teacher training, assessment, communication, inclusion PAPUA NEW GUINEA – OPENING UP SCHOOLS BETTER (1 JULY 2020) The case study ‘Papua New Guinea – Opening up schools better’ summarizes the planning and implementation of safe school reopening in Papua New Guinea. Keywords: School reopening, assessment, response plan, Cluster/Sector, WASH in Schools, decentralization, inclusion VIET NAM – OPENING UP SCHOOLS BETTER (28 MAY 2020) The case study ‘Viet Nam – Opening up schools better’ summarizes the planning and implementation of safe school reopening in Viet Nam. (...) Keywords: Distance learning, ECE, inclusion CHINA – DISTANCE LEARNING AND SCHOOL REOPENING (17 MAY 2020) The case study ‘China – Distance learning and school reopening’ provides an overview of distance learning and school reopening in China.
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Score: 1050126 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/media/7161/file
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The first schools to reopen gradually were some rural schools, followed by schools in several states such as Chiapas, Campeche, and Nayarit. (...) After the academic break, schools partially reopened on August 30, and since then the number of children benefiting from school reopening has advanced rapidly. This document shows in detail the provisional and quantitative evolution of the reopening process in the country in the last months.
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Score: 1049173.1 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/media/32791/file
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The Rights Risks of School Closures - and Reopening The report identifies a number of groups who will be directly impacted by school reopening. (...) [footnoteRef:12] Again, it is hard to see how reopening on 1 June can be regarded as in line with that requirement. (...) This also applies in the school reopening context. Children are embedded in their communities.
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Score: 1044967.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ShouldSchoolsReopen_Nolan.docx
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Decision on Prlić defence request for certification to appeal the decision on the reopening of he prosecution’s case of 6 October 2010 UNITED NATIONS International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 Case No.: Date: Original: IT-04-74-T 1 November 2010 ENGLISH French Case No. (...) IT-04-74-T 5 1 November 2010 with certification by the Trial Chamber, which may grant such certification if the decision involves an issue that would significantly affect the fair and expeditious conduct of the proceedings or the outcome of the trial, and for which, in the opinion of the Trial Chamber, an immediate resolution by the Appeals Chamber may materially advance the proceedings”, CONSIDERING, as a consequence, that certification to appeal is a matter for the discretion of the Chamber which must, in any event, ascertain that the two cumulative conditions set out in Rule 73 (B) of the Rules have been satisfied in this case,19 CONSIDERING that the Chamber recalls that by way of the Decision of 6 October 2010, it notably found that any potential motion for reopening the case from the Defence teams going to the admission of entries from the Mladi} Notebooks must be limited solely to refuting the new evidence admitted by way of the Decision of 6 October 2010,20 CONSIDERING that the Chamber recalls that it reached this conclusion when it noted that following the disclosure of the Mladi} Notebooks on 11 June 2010, the Defence teams merely expressed their intention to request the reopening of their case through notices, based on the Mladi} Notebooks, should the Chamber decide to grant the Prosecution’s Motion for reopening;21 that having failed to present a formal request for reopening based on the Mladi} Notebooks, as the Prosecution did, and with regard to case-law criteria in the matter of reopening, such as “diligence”, the Chamber found that the Defence teams had themselves de facto restricted their options for requesting the reopening of their cases based on the Mladi} Notebooks solely to the possibility of refuting the new evidence admitted as the Prosecution had requested,22 CONSIDERING that the Prli} Defence takes issue with the Chamber’s findings according to which the Defence teams have not satisfied the criterion of “due diligence” to be able to request the admission of entries from the Mladi} Notebooks within the scope of a general request for reopening their cases; that in fact, according 19 The Prosecutor v. (...) It also asked in this email whether it could draw up a potential request for the reopening of its case for 23 July 2010 whilst recalling that its potential request was conditional on the Chamber’s decision on the Prosecution’s Motion for Reopening.
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Score: 1044746.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/prlic/tdec/en/101101.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF reconfirms its support to the Government of South Sudan as schools prepare to reopen 28 September 2020 Home Press centre UNICEF reconfirms its support to the Government of South Sudan as schools prepare to reopen UNICEFSouthSudan/Ryeng JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN 28 SEPTEMBER 2020 - UNICEF remains committed to support a safe reopening of schools in South Sudan. (...) Last week UNICEF and UNESCO welcomed the decision of the Government to reopen the schools in South Sudan. The estimated number of schools with candidate classes reopening in the first phase, is 1,400, with a total enrolment of at least 110,000 students including 75,000 in Primary 8. (...) Key points in the reopening plan include improved access to water for handwashing and drinking for students and teachers, distribution of soap and masks, teacher training on COVID-19 prevention and community sensitization on COVID-19 related to the reopening of schools.
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Score: 1043749.9 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...h-sudan-schools-prepare-reopen
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UNICEF Education COVID-19 Case Study China – Supporting the school reopening for 241 million children 24. August 2020 © UNICEF/China/2020/Ma Yuyuan China was the first country to face the COVID-19 pandemic. (...) In March, schools started to gradually reopen in a few provinces, with the majority of provinces following suit by May. (...) As a result of this high-level commitment, UNICEF successfully advanced a large-scale digital school reopening campaign in only one month. • Providing support at scale – UNICEF maximized the potential and reach of the school reopening by sharing messages through a number of popular social media platforms including WeChat, Weibo and Douyin (TikTok).
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Score: 1041752.3 - https://www.unicef.org/evaluat...19%20Case%20Study:%20China.pdf
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Guidance notes and guidelines on safe school reopening | UNICEF Skip to main content Latin America and the Caribbean Toggle navigation Español English Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Latin America and the Caribbean Secondary (En) EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Where we work Situation of children and adolescents Our partnerships Work with us Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Guidance notes and guidelines on safe school reopening in the context of COVID-19 UNICEF UNICEF/UN0344450/Prieto Available in: Español English The purpose of the following guidance notes and guidelines is to provide recommendations and technical inputs for planning, preparing and implementing a safe school reopening: Guidance for safe and healthy journeys to school (Also available in Spanish  and French ) For Early Childhood Care and Education Services (Also available in  Spanish ) For ministries of Education (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) Checklist for ministries: Before reopening schools (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) Checklist for ministries: As part of reopening schools (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) For school administrators and principals (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) Checklist before reopening schools  (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) Checklist as part of reopening schools  (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) Checklist with reopened schools (Also available in Spanish  and Portuguese ) Footer What we do News and stories Publications Take action About UNICEF Children in Latin America and the Caribbean Where we work Work for UNICEF Press centre Support UNICEF Become a donor Social (En) Footer Secondary - En Contact us Legal Footer tertiary - EN Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1039978.2 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...idelines-safe-school-reopening
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Encouragingly, the government has just announced a reopening of schools in Ethiopia. By August 2020, 100 countries had either reopened or were ready to reopen schools. (...) Many parents and teachers worry about the risks which reopening entails. Preliminary findings by the Ministry of Education showed that 90 per cent of families wanted the schools to reopen but needed assurances on COVID-19 preventive measures. (...) For these reasons and more, UNICEF and partners have been working closely with the Ministry of Education to adapt the global guidance for reopening schools.  Although an entirely risk-free reopening is impossible, much can be done to make the schools safer.
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Score: 1037174.1 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...ely-reopening-schools-ethiopia
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report School reopening framework 2020 The Government of Nepal's framework for reopening schools in the context of COVID-19 UNICEF Nepal Highlights The Government of Nepal's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology released the guideline on “School reopening framework in the context of COVID-19” on 7 November 2020: Local governments can make decision on reopening/reclosing or keeping the schools closed based on the assessment of the risks involved for COVID transmission at local level. Before reopening the schools, local governments must coordinate with district COVID response management centre. (...) Author(s) Government of Nepal Publication date November 2020 Languages English, Nepali Download Options Available options School Reopening Framework - English School Reopening Framework - Nepali Download file (PDF, 208,25 KB) (PDF, 943,42 KB) Related topics Education Nepal More to explore Article Entrance exams and young children's growth and development How is the culture of the entrance exam in early grades negatively impacting young children and the overall practices of pre-schools?
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Score: 1034204.7 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/r...chool-reopening-framework-2020
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