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The head of the Institute of progressive education Anna Marx suggested that the Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova to give parents the right to additional paid holiday on 1 September. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
Marx notes that according to the survey of the Institute, held from 1 to August 10, among 1.6 thousand parents of the 75 regions, 56 percent of survey participants are going to hold the baby for the first lesson.
While 83 percent reported that they would need to take for this purpose a leave of absence at his own expense. Another quarter plan to negotiate with the employer to start work the first of September a few hours later than schedule.
However, 37 percent of parents said that will not be able to get off work. Among the reasons they note the decline in income in the period of the pandemic, the inability to absent himself for a few hours due to the nature of work and the refusal by the leadership.
Marx explained that, according to psychologists, the presence of parents in the line of 1 September, it is necessary to calm the child who is experiencing “severe stress due to a sharp change in the gaming environment of the kindergarten for learning”.
On 11 August the Minister of education Sergey Kravtsov said that classes in schools and universities in Russia will start on 1 September in the usual face-to-face format, will be respected all sanitary security. According to him, wearing medical masks in the room will be required. Physical education classes will be held outdoors.
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