RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - El Salvador reopened this Tuesday the public schools for the semi-presential modality, in which parents decide whether or not to send their children to classes, amid health measures to prevent contagions of covid-19 and after a year of closure.
The Minister of Education, Carla Hananía de Varela, supervised the educational system's reactivation in at least two schools in the capital and appealed to the "responsibility" of the students to avoid outbreaks of the pandemic.
She pointed out that some 5,000 schools are authorized to open their doors with 50% of their . . .