The Executive Committee ofThe National Inter-University Council (CIN), an organization that brings together public universities, assured that virtuality “is here to stay” and that in this way the 2021 school year is guaranteed, which will develop from Mixed form between online and face-to-face classes.
It’s a statement, The CIN pointed out that “public universities guarantee the teaching of classes for the 2021 school year, which will be developed in a mixed way and to the extent that the health conditions of the population allow it. The teaching of face-to-face classes will be resumed gradually and progressively.
The Executive Committee held the first meeting where a statement linked to the 2021 school year was issued in which it was indicated that virtuality “came to stay in our educational system”.
The nuclear rectors in the CIN also stated that they continue “working and perfecting the virtuality in the teaching of classes and in the development of all the academic activities of the universities” a situation that “made it possible to guarantee pedagogical continuity and show the potential it has to complement face-to-face and expand the opportunities for inclusion of various sectors of the population.”
“The universities are working with the protocols and health security measures agreed with the authorities of the jurisdictions, to implement the study of the subjects and the training spaces of the practice that require learning and teaching processes of a presence nature”, added the document.
They also held that “They will be given priority in the return to face-to-face and thus the problem of interruption of these activities that involve practices, which occurred during 2020, is solved. that affected, especially, the careers inherent to the health sciences”.
Also, They clarified that “the steps will be taken before the Ministry of Health of the Nation to ensure the inclusion of the university community of teachers and non-teachers in vaccination priorities.