Leuven secondary schools are switching to part-time distance education in 2nd and 3rd degree

“We want to keep the corona figures as low as possible in Leuven, which is why it is important that we take smart measures with various partners that make a difference and are sustainable and feasible for everyone”, says mayor Mohamed Ridouani (SP.A). “In Leuven, we have more than 13,000 students who come to school every day from the wider region. We want to spread these students more evenly through partial distance learning. This should lead to fewer contacts, less pressure on public transport and the public domain, and therefore less spread of the virus. If we want to keep the schools open throughout the school year, this is a necessary decision. “

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