The Temporary Subcommittee for Monitoring the Education in the Pandemic meets remotely this Monday (5), at 10 am, to assess the final report of its work. The subcommittee was created to assess the impacts of Covid-19 in teaching activities and the planning of actions to return to face-to-face classes.
Installed in September 2021, the subcommittee — which works within the scope of the Senate Education, Culture and Sports Commission (CE) — held 22 public hearings until November 2022, with the participation of government representatives and public and private institutions linked to the sector, as well as professors, economists, workers and members of civil society organisations.
Senator Flávio Arns (Podemos-PR) is the chairman of the subcommittee; Senator Zenaide Maia (Pros-RN) is the vice-president.
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