Today I started the second semester of education and training in primary and secondary schools in North Macedonia.
Today begins the second term of the academic year 2022/2023 for primary and secondary school students. Under a government decision, the winter holidays have been extended and the opening of schools has been postponed from January 18 to January 23.
Most likely, the school year will end on June 14 instead of June 9 (Friday), because, as stated by the Minister of Education and Science, Yetun Shakiri, students must complete all 180 teaching days determined by the calendar for the education process in schools.
Making remarks about housing last week, Al-Zekiri said, “In order for the process to go better, we decided to start the second half on Monday, since January 18th is a Wednesday, January 19th is a holiday, and January 20th is a Friday. Also, to complete All 180 working days by the end of this second semester. There are 3 extra days of training and I see no reason why there will be any problems completing them.” He said.
Al-Zakiri announced that at the beginning of the second half of the year, second-grade and community mathematics books will be distributed.
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