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Frequently asked questions and answers (FAQ) about the course of the 2020/21 school year

The schools have to decide independently, in accordance with their school types and educational programs, about securing schooling for the final classes in face-to-face classes.

The decision to train the final classes is made taking into account the school's hygiene plan. The schooling of trainees / schoolchildren should generally not exceed 50% of the total number of schoolchildren.

For pupils of all final grades of dual vocational training or full-time school courses who do not take part in classroom lessons for reasons of capacity or personal reasons, complex tasks with exam-relevant content must be set, evaluated and, if necessary, assessed. For this purpose, these students can also be offered face-to-face tuition for individual, regularly set days.

The vocational schools are free to appoint trainees and pupils who are not in classroom teaching to the schools for class work that cannot be postponed in order to secure the end of the school year.

Schooling of dual training: Primary schooling is given to the graduates in dual vocational training with a three-year training period. Lessons are to be ensured, especially for classes with block teaching.

In order to decide which classes will be trained in face-to-face lessons, the dormitory situation must also be clarified with the provider of the vocational school.

If the class sizes require it, a class division may have to be carried out in order to maintain the distance regulation. According to the schooling plan, schooling takes place alternately in the divided classes if the premises or the necessary teachers are not available for parallel schooling.

The schooling takes place primarily in the examination-relevant subjects and learning areas. The regulation issued at the beginning of the school year continues to apply, stating that in these cases the timetable may be deviated from.

The schooling in the BVJ and BVJ-S must be taken into account to the extent that the school's organizational framework also allows it.

Schooling in full-time school courses: Pupils in final classes at vocational high schools and technical colleges must take part in face-to-face classes.

In addition, the final classes of the courses of study at technical schools and vocational schools with a vocational qualification must be taken into account. Here, too, the instruction is given primarily in the exam-relevant subjects or learning areas. With regard to a required class division, the above-mentioned regulations for dual training apply. Both the written final exams and, if applicable, the simulated practical final exams must be ensured.

Schooling in vocational schools without a vocational qualification must be taken into account to the extent that the school's organizational framework also allows it. Here, too, the final exams and the corresponding preparation must be made possible.

Training in the health professions is to be ensured in particular for training professions with nationwide professional laws, since the acquisition of the professional qualification is subject to special absenteeism regulations.