Ministry of Education and Culture: All PTM Compulsory Schools, Local Governments Can’t Ban it

  • Share
Kemendikbud Ristek turut mengingatkan pemda untuk tidak menambah atau mengurangi peraturan yang sudah ditetapkan dalam SKB empat menteri.

Jakarta, ONENEWS.MY.ID —

Ministry of Education and Culture states that local governments may not prohibit or hinder the implementation of face-to-face learning (PTM).

Director General of Primary and Secondary Education (Dikdasmen), Jumeri explained that all schools in all regions of Indonesia are required to carry out PTM. This follows the provisions of the Joint Decree (SKB) of the four ministers.

In the decree, it is explained that schools located in areas with PPKM level 1-3 status are required to hold PTM. Currently, all regions in Indonesia have level 1-3 status or none have PPKM level 4.

“The local government may not prohibit limited PTMs for those who meet the criteria,” said Jumeri in a webinar, Monday (3/1).

In addition, Jumeri said the regional government may not add or reduce the regulations that have been stipulated in the SKB of the four ministers.

“You cannot add to the criteria to make it even more difficult, so add additional provisions so that the PTM is hampered,” he said.

Apart from giving an appeal to the local government, Jumeri also reminded parents that PTM is not an option but an obligation. This means, he said, no longer can parents ask for PJJ, except in certain circumstances.

“Starting from the second semester, all students are required to have limited PTM, so there are no more dispensations like last semester, okay? choose at home or at school,” he said.

He said he would continue to monitor all schools. He said schools that violate health protocols will be subject to sanctions.

“Administrative sanctions and fostered by the Covid task force or the local UKS coaching team,” he said.


[Gambas:Video CNN]


  • Share

Leave a Reply