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Studies in the educational frameworks will resume based on the outline detailed below.

Information, guidelines and services by topic

The active educational frameworks within the outline of the traffic light program

As of Sunday, 7.3.2021, it is possible to hold classes in grades 7-10 as part of the traffic light model, subject to government authorization. That is, it is possible to hold studies and activities in the framework of early childhood education (up to age 6), in grades 1-12, and in youth movements, in accordance with the color of the town in which the educational institution operates, according to the traffic light map:

 

• In towns that are green and yellow - studies are held in these frameworks.

 

• In exceptional orange localities - studies are held in these frameworks, provided that they have a score of up to 7 in the morbidity index and that the rate of people aged 50 and over, who were vaccinated with a second vaccine dose, is over 70%, and more than a week has elapsed from second vaccine dose.

 

• In orange and red localities - learning takes place in the form of distance learning. Arriving to an educational institution will be possible for standardized exams and matriculation exams only, according to the outline detailed below.

 

Check what color your town is and whether studies are taking place there.

Special emaphses:

In regional councils, studies will take place in accordance with the color of the regional council, while activities in the education frameworks up to the age of 6 will take place in accordance with the color of the town.

 

• In all towns and in all age groups, it is possible to hold outdoor meetings in groups of up tp 20 participants, including staff members, according to the outline detailed below.

 

• It is possible to hold activities in youth movements, in green, yellow and excluded orange towns, in accordance with the outline detailed below.

The outline of the studies according to the traffic light plan

Outline of studies at the educational institution in green and yellow towns as well as in exceptional orange towns:

Kindergartens - 6 days a week, according to the regular schedule.

 

Kindergarten after school frameworks - 5 days a week, with regular staff and groups. Children from a maximum of 3 kindergarten classes can be combined, up to 28 children in a group.

 

Grades 1-2 - in full classes, 5 days a week, 5 hours a day. Teachers can switch between 3 regular groups, at most.

 

Grades 1-2 after school frameworks - 5 days a week, in regular groups and permanent staffs. Teachers can switch between 4 regular groups, at most. The participants in the framework will stay in the same classroom where they stayed during school hours, without moving between classes.

 

Grades 3-4 - in regular groups of up to 20 students, 5 days a week, 5 hours a day. Teachers can switch between 4 regular groups, at most.

 

Grades 5-6 - in regular groups of up to 20 students, at least 3 days a week. Teachers can switch between a maximum of 4 groups.

 

Grades 7-10 - The studies take place in the form of distance learning.

 

Grades 11-12 - in groups of up to 20 students, at least two days a week. Students can switch between a maximum of 2 regular groups. Teachers can switch between 4 regular groups, at most.

 

Grades 13-14 - in green, yellow and exceptional orange towns, studies can be held at a recognized technological college under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. In regular groups of up to 20 students

 

Special emphases:

Exceeding the number of students in regular groups - The Ministry of Education may approve studies in groups of more than 20 students, up to 24 students at most, giving priority to institutions located in areas with a low morbidity rate and provided that the total number of excluded groups does not exceed 10%.

 

External operator - External operator activity can be held in the regular groups, according to the following details: in grades 1-2, up to 3 groups, in grades 3-6 - up to 4 groups. In an institution of special education there is no limit to the number of groups per operator. The operator will operate in only one permanent educational institution and each group will meet only one operator.

 

A SHELACH teacher, a staff member of an agricultural farm and a center for maritime education - will be able to teach more than 4 regular groups of students in classes that take place out in the open.

 

Physical education teacher - will be able to teach fixed groups without restriction while wearing a mask and keeping a distance, in a place that allows a distance of at least 2 meters between the teacher and the students.

 

Training Students - can teach if they are part of the permanent staff, in care or teaching positions.

 

Excursions or outdoor walking tours near the educational institution - can be held in accordance with the outline detailed below on this page.

 

Exams - can be held according to the outline detailed below on this page.

 

For complete information on the outline of studies and daily routine in educational institutions during this period

Outdoor meetings

Meetings can be held in an open area in kindergartens, elementary or post-primary schools, in towns where the opening of educational institutions for physical education is not permitted or who do not come to study at the educational institution according to their age outline. The meetings will be held in accordance with the following guidelines:

 

Conditions for the activity:

• The activity will take place in groups of 20 participants, including staff members.

 

• The activity will take place outdoors within the educational institution, without accommodation. In the absence of a place in the school, meetings can be held in other locations that are not part of the school with approval from the Ministry of Education and in coordination with the local municipality.

 

• A permanent group of students will meet with one permanent staff member at all sessions. The educational staff member can switch between 4 regular groups.

 

 All students and education staff must complete and present a daily health statement.

 

An individual student meeting can be held with an educational counselor who is not a permanent staff member who meets with the group to which the student belongs.

 

It is possible for a student's assistant to participate in activities. The assistant will take the place of a student in the group and all the relevant guidelines for the educational activities will apply to him / her.

 

All participants will wear a mask during the entire activity. In activities with kindergarten children - only the educational staff will wear a mask or a protective mirror.

 

Keeping distance: The activity will not include contact between the participants, and each participant in the activity will eat his meals separately. A distance of 2 meters must be maintained between one participant and another and a distance of not less than 100 meters between one group and another.

 

The format of the meetings and professional material in the pedagogical, emotional and social aspects can be found on the "Learning with Confidence" website.

 

The activities in the public space will be subject to the health guidelines that are updated from time to time on the Ministry of Health website at this link.

Active study frameworks throughout the country

Exams According to the outline described below.

 

• Practical training, studies at an institution of education and vocational training for adults - practical studies can be held at an institution of education or practical training for adults in groups of up to 10 participants. In addition, in an institution of higher education, it is possible to conduct activities and research in laboratories and practical training outside the institution's area.

 

13th-14th grades for dropout and at-risk youth - Studies can be held at a recognized technological college under the supervision of the Ministry of Education, which operates in a post-primary educational institution for drop-out and at-risk youth, or which constitutes continuing education for dropout and at-risk youth, in groups of up to 18 students.

 

• Special education frameworks - including activities for students with special needs as defined in the Special Education Law, including transportation, rehabilitative day care centers and multi-purpose day care centers, activities of eligibility and characterization committees, achievement committees and multidisciplinary teams according to the Special Education Law, and the Regional Support Center services (MATYA) as defined in the Special Education Act;

 

• Frameworks for at-risk children and youth - including emergency centers for at-risk children and youth; Local youth centers for at-risk youth, activities of schools providing post-primary education for drop-out and at-risk youth, boarding schools for students without a family support system (including students referred by the social services departments in local authorities or court orders), and regular visiting officer activities as defined in the Compulsory Education Law. For full information on the study format for frameworks for at-risk youth during the lockdown period.

 

Immigrant classes - Studies can be held according to the instructions in this link.

 

• Boarding schools - Studies can held for boarding schools for students without a supporting family, including students referred by the social services departments of local municipalities or court orders, or immigrant high school students, in groups of up to 18 students. Leaving the boarding school is allowed for study purposes. Other boarding high schools - learning will take place in groups of up to 50 students. A student leaving the boarding school area can return to it only on condition that he joins a new group of up to 50 students, or after dispersal and re-assembly of all boarding school students.

 

• Activities of youth units in local municipalities under the Local Municipalities Act, including the activation of volunteers;

 

• Educational frameworks in hospitals under the Free Education for Sick Children Act;

 

• Frameworks for children of essential workers - including frameworks for informal education for children of essential workers up to the age of 12 as well as places used or intended to serve as a daily residence for the education and care of toddlers who are children of essential workers;

 

• Volunteer activity that comes to ensure an educational or welfare response to students;

 

• Educational psychological services;

 

• Activities of the promotion unit in the Department of Education as defined in the Local Authorities Law, including activities in the Education Center for Dropout and At-Risk Youth;

 

 • Distance learning or online teaching - including actions to promote learning from home and distance, including through the institutions and facilities of local authorities;

 

 Students are allowed to enter for practical experience.

The rules for conducting studies in educational frameworks

The physical educational activity in the educational institutions and in complementary frameworks will take place in accordance with the "Lifestyles" document of the Ministry of Education, which includes the following emphases:

 

● Fill out a health statement every morning.

 

● Obligation to wear a mask for all students in schools, as well as for education staff and administrative staff in all educational institutions, throughout all hours of operation, including classes, breaks, transportation and outdoor activities. Except for exceptional cases, including a person who due to disability has significant difficulty wearing a mask, in a physical education class, while taking a written test, when providing a service to a person with a hearing disability and when providing medical, educational or therapeutic care. When removing a mask, a distance of 2 meters should be maintained, except in the case of caring for a minor or helpless person whose very nature is required to exist in close proximity between the caregiver and the patient.

 

● Prevention of crowding and gatherings at the entrance to the educational institution and a ban on the entry of parents and non-school staff, except in exceptional cases and with the approval of the administration (except kindergartens, where parents can enter for a short time to accompany children to the building while keeping distance and wearing a mask).

 

● Students should eat in an open space as much as possible. If this is not possible then at separate tables from each other, without transferring food to each other. Wash hands at the end of the meal.

 

● Each group / class will take a break at separate and staggered times. If this is not possible the yard will be divided into separate enclosures for the use of the various groups. Break time.

 

● Do not allow personal equipment to be transferred between students, including stationery, study equipment and games.

 

● The place of activity should be ventilated as much as possible, including opening windows in two different air directions.

 

● Ensure that students wash their hands frequently, including upon entering the educational institution, before and after a meal, and after using the toilets, yard activities, working with shared equipment, etc.

 

● Rules of conduct in transportation - according to the outline detailed below.

 

● Guidelines for the treatment of a case of a student or staff member being diagnosed with the new Corona virus in an educational institution.

Exams

The following exams can be held:

• Matriculation exams, practice tests and final exams recognized by a government ministry (the guidelines for a student in quarantine leaving for a matriculation exam or a format exam are detailed below);

 

• Certification examinations for vocational or technical education at a high school or post-secondary institution;

 

• Government final exams and final project defense exams;

 

• Examinations for a final grade in a course or study track in institutions supervised by the Ministry of Labor, Welfare and Social Services, as well as in a post-secondary institution for vocational education;

 

• Examinations held by an entity that conducts examinations for the purpose of occupation that require a license, permit, certification or approval granted by law, if held within the framework of the institution's activities;

 

• In an institution of higher education - examinations at a rate not exceeding 10% of all examinations that are to take place in the institution during the period of validity of these regulations.

 

• Screening exams for studies at the educational institution.

 

Conditions to holding exams:

• Students will be notified of the exam location, exam time and class to which they should arrive at least 24 hours before the exam.

 

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