Shandong requires primary and secondary schools to have no key classes

Shandong requires schools to have no key classes

Shandong requires primary and secondary schools to have no key classes

Wasabi heap news recently, Shandong Province Department of Education issued the “Shandong Province ordinary primary and secondary school basic norms” for primary and secondary school enrollment methods, teaching methods, homework management and so on to make clear requirements. “Basic Standards” mentioned that primary and secondary schools adhere to the random balanced class arrangement, do not set up key classes, reasonable and balanced allocation of teachers. In terms of homework management, it is not allowed to use mobile phones to assign homework or ask students to use mobile phones to complete homework.

According to the Basic Standards, compulsory education schools do not select students in the name of interview or evaluation. Regular high schools recruit students based on the results of the junior high school academic proficiency test and the comprehensive quality evaluation. Public and private schools recruit students at the same time, and do not recruit students in violation of rules. They do not compete for students in violation of rules by setting bonuses and other ways. At the same time, we must adhere to the random balanced class arrangement, do not set up key classes, reasonable and balanced staffing of teachers.

In the management of homework, we should establish the overall planning and publicity system of students’ homework to regulate the time of students’ homework. Scientific design work, no repetitive and punitive work. Teachers should review and revise all the diagnostic feedback assignments, do not assign or ask parents to revise the homework, and do not use mobile phones to assign homework or ask students to use mobile phones to complete homework.

In terms of examination management, it is stipulated that the school can organize one unified examination every semester in grade one and grade two primary schools, and no more than two unified examinations every semester in other grades. At the same time, the exam is a comprehensive implementation of the grade evaluation, not in any way to announce the results and rankings of students. Teachers and students are not allowed to be rewarded based on entrance examination for secondary school or college scores in any form, and it is strientrance examination for secondary school or college prohibited to publish, publicize and hype BBB1 “top scorers” and graduation rate.

The “Basic Standards” also provides for physical education and aesthetic education in primary and secondary schools, requiring schools to hold at least one student sports meeting or sports festival every year to ensure that students spend no less than one hour on campus sports activities every day during the school period, so as to ensure that students meet the qualified standards of physical health and master 1 to 3 sports skills. In the aspect of aesthetic education, the school is required to hold at least one campus art performance for all students to participate in every year, so as to train each student to learn 1 or 2 art skills.

In addition, no commercial advertisements or activities are allowed on campus, according to the guidelines. Students are forbidden to bring mobile phones into class. Require after-school services to cover all students in need.

It is understood that the Basic Code will come into force on April 15, 2021 and will be valid until April 14, 2026.