As the epidemic's risks dim in most parts of China, more schools are preparing to resume classes. All students from primary schools all the way up to vocational colleges are expected to return to school by the end of April and beginning od May. Provinces such as Liaoning have set dates for school reopening.
The reopening of schools in low-risk regions demonstrates China's progress in epidemic control, which improves the public's confidence in defeating the outbreak, and imposes challenges for local governance. In this webinar, Greg Smith (Vice President, Asia Pacific at International Schools Services), Patric Hurworth (Head of School at the International School of Beijing), Jade Kersey (Principal at Maple Leaf Foreign Nationals School) and Alan Norman (Head of School at Canadian International School of Shenyang) will answer your questions about measures and challenges that International Schools in China are facing during the preparation for class resumption.
This event will be conducted in Zoom Meeting, attendees will receive codes and instructions 2 days before the event.
Questions will be provided to the speakers on a non-attributable basis and can be submitted via this event's registration form.