China Issues STRICT Rules for Online Classes During the Virus!

Source: SCMP,

As the coronavirus keeps students away from campuses and taking classes online, schools are starting to go overboard in trying to monitor and control what kids are doing at home. At least thats what Chinas Ministry of Education thinks.

The governments education department recently released a statement decrying schools for making it mandatory for students to clock in and out at specific times of the day. 

The ministry said schools shouldnt place a hard minimum on how much a student should study each day, nor should it be mandatory for students to film themselves studying for hours on end. 

The ministry also warned schools not to overwork teachers by requiring them to record every class and banned kindergartens from hosting online classes.

The ministry is concerned about network capacity, too, as students and teachers go online en masse for the new normal of online learning. It advised schools to work with local authorities and telecom companies to avoid overloading local networks.

Copy of the Statement Below (Chinese)

For teachers, it may be good to show this to your employer, just so they are aware.



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