The Ministry of Education announced it at the last minute! A GRADED program change has been announced for the 2024-2025 academic year

The Ministry of Education announced it at the last minute! A GRADED program change has been announced for the 2024-2025 academic year – The Minister of National Education, Yusuf Tekin, made important statements on class hours in schools. Responding to questions from members of the press after the cabinet meeting held at the complex, Minister of National Education Yusuf Tekin responded to questions from members of the press.

In his statement after the cabinet meeting, National Education Minister Yusuf Tekin said work on the new curriculum was continuing and they would gradually change the curriculum at all levels. It was indicated that phased changes in the study programs would come into effect from the 2024-2025 academic year.

HOW MANY MINUTES WILL CLASSES LAST IN 2023, WILL CLASS TIMES BE REDUCED IN SCHOOLS, WILL SCHOOL TIMES CHANGE?

In his statement after the cabinet meeting, National Education Minister Yusuf Tekin said preparations for changing the school curriculum at all levels have been completed. Responding to questions from the press about class hours, Minister Tekin said they would not reduce class hours.

HOW WILL GRADUAL CURRICULUM CHANGES BE MADE IN SCHOOLS?

The new program, for which the Ministry of National Education (MEB) prepares all levels of education from kindergarten to the last year of high school, will be implemented gradually during the 2024-2025 school year , from preschool, first primary school, fifth year of secondary school and ninth year of high school.

As you may remember, studies on changing the curriculum in schools began in June last year and it was announced that the curriculum would be redefined at all levels under the coordination of the General Directorate of secondary education. The program change will be implemented gradually in all classes. The Education Ministry said it would reshape the curriculum by holding workshops with wide participation and listening to teachers’ requests.

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