costa rican schools
Two out of three children in Latin America and the Caribbean have not returned to the classroom after months of coronavirus lockdown, the UN...
Costa Rica is confronting an education crisis that is “the worst in decades,” according to the latest investigation from State of the Nation.
Costa Rica has resumed in-person learning across the country's public schools.
The Association of Private Educational Centers (ACEP) said Costa Rica's private schools will transition to virtual learning from May 24 until June 24 in "solidarity" with the public system.
In Costa Rica, schools use a hybrid model to ensure protocols are met and guarantee physical distancing in the classroom.
Between the enthusiasm of the students and the fears of the parents, thousands of students across Costa Rica returned to face-to-face classes
The Public Education Ministry (MEP) says Costa Rica will resume in-person learning using a blended model in 2021
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