Hässleholm and Östra Göinge begin with distance learning
At GUC in Sibbhult there will be study halls open for those who do not have their own Wi-Fi or their own computer.
It’s Folkhälsomyndigheten (the Public Health Agency of Sweden) that has recommended that studies should take place from home.
– Teaching for our upper secondary school and adult students continues but via distance and as remote studies, says Cecilia Flood, Head of Operations for the municipality.
The decision also applies to all SFI students, both in Sibbhult and Hanaskog.
– To begin with, the decision is applicable until the 1st of April. But that can change, she says.
Upper secondary schools and secondary schools for those with learning disabilities in Hässleholm begin with distance learning from Thursday 19th March. Distance learning is expected to be fully operational from next week.
– All municipal schools have a study day on Wednesday. This has given us some time to switch over, says Stefan Larsson (M), Chairman of the Children and Education Committee.