Study highlights need for minimum distance between chairs.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) released a document with proposals for measures to prevent and mitigate the pandemic of the new coronavirus in the context of places that are defining the return to school.
The first challenge pointed out by the organization is to maintain social distance. For that, it would be possible to think of actions such as the gradual reopening of schools, the flexibility of the class schedule and the reduction of the number of classroom hours. An alternative is to favor rural areas, where students find it more difficult to follow distance classes.
The text suggests starting with the primary grades, arguing that the children in this stage are younger and need more help from teachers. In the Federal District, however, a recommendation should be adopted opposite to that suggested by the IDB, with classes starting over in the more advanced grades, on the grounds that adolescents are better able to respect preventive measures.
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