•   
  •   

Sport Coronavirus: teaching competitions rescheduled from June 16

00:23  23 may  2020
00:23  23 may  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

Athletics: the French Championships rescheduled in September in Albi

 Athletics: the French Championships rescheduled in September in Albi © ROMAIN LAFABREGUE Christophe Lemaitre (d), Nathaniel Benoit (c) and Hachim Maaroufou during a 200m series at the French Championships, in Saint-Etienne, on July 27, 2019 The French Athletics Federation (FFA) unveiled a new version of the calendar of national competitions on Friday, disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, notably with the holding of the French Championships on September 12 and 13 in Albi.

Live statistics and coronavirus news tracking the number of confirmed cases, recovered patients, tests, and death toll due to the COVID-19 coronavirus from Wuhan, China. Coronavirus counter with new cases, deaths, and number of tests per 1 Million population.

The UC Office of the President has authorized up to 16 days of paid coronavirus -related administrative leave Intercollegiate Athletics had earlier limited attendance at competitions to essential personnel and a student-athlete pass Information on the webinars is available on the Keep Teaching website.

National Education has clarified that very strict rules have been defined to ensure the safety of candidates during the course of written and oral tests.

Les concours qui ont commencé, c'est à dire dont les épreuves d'admissibilité ont déjà eu lieu avant le confinement, © afp.com/MARTIN BUREAU The competitions which have started, that is to say whose admissibility tests have already taken place before confinement,

The teaching competitions (Capes, aggregation ...) will be reprogrammed from June 16 and until mid-July, announced this Friday the Ministry of National Education. Due to the health situation, the calendar is tightened and some events will be arranged. Usually the competition schedule is spread over 4 to 5 months, the ministry said in a press release.

World Rugby announces postponement of July tests

  World Rugby announces postponement of July tests World Rugby has postponed July test matches involving southern and northern hemisphere nations because of ongoing restrictions on international travel during the coronavirus pandemic. The sport’s international governing body issued a statement Friday saying the mid-year test window will be rescheduled when cross-border travel and quarantine regulations are relaxed.

Cornell University contains seven undergraduate colleges plus the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Law School, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City and Doha, Qatar, and the 93 fields of study in the Graduate School.

We will confer your degree on June 14, 2020. For general questions about the coronavirus please contact the New York State Department of Health. ReUnion Weekend 2020 has been rescheduled to coincide with Homecoming & Family Weekend, which will be held October 23-25, 2020.

Very strict rules have been defined for the conduct of the tests "both written and oral, ensuring the health and safety of candidates," he said.

READ ALSO >> "The coronavirus, a shock of innovation for National Education"

Mid-April, the Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer had already announced that for the competitions which had not started, the papers would constitute admission tests with an oral presentation one year later. This is the case for most of the Capes, he said.

The oral examinations of internal competitions postponed to September

The competitions which have started, that is to say, the admissibility tests have already taken place before confinement , "will go to term". But "for certain admission tests, the progress of which will be incompatible with health constraints, arrangements are envisaged in conjunction with the presidents of the juries", specifies the ministry.

Government happy to help with NRL's plan for July 1 crowds, says Chant

  Government happy to help with NRL's plan for July 1 crowds, says Chant NSW chief health officer Kerry Chant has offered the government's assistance to the NRL after Peter V'landys said the league aimed to have crowds back at stadiums on July 1.When asked whether the timeline set by ARLC chairman Peter V'landys was possible in a press conference on Monday morning, Chant said that the government would not hesitate to assist the league.

The Learning Network | Coronavirus Resources: Teaching , Learning and Thinking Critically. As we continue to publish new student-centered resources related to this pandemic every weekday, you can find all our coronavirus content all in one place, in this column.

Find out how coronavirus may affect your study plans and keep up to date with the latest developments in the field of education. If you’re a current or prospective student concerned about the impact the coronavirus may have on your studies, this page will regularly update with the latest

With regard to internal competitions, the candidates are, for the most part, already in post within the Ministry of National Education. The decision was therefore made to "postpone the oral exams until the start of the new school year in September 2020".

READ ALSO >> What we know about the bonus granted to national education officials

The invitations to the tests will be sent "as soon as possible to the candidates to provide them with any additional useful information", adds the press release.

Some 256,377 candidates presented themselves this year for 29,438 positions offered in internal and external competitions for the recruitment of teaching professions, management personnel, personnel of inspection bodies, principal education advisers (CPE) and national education psychologists.

In all, out of 136 external competitions and 90 internal competitions planned, 79 were postponed due to the epidemic of new coronavirus.

The USA-Canada border will remain largely closed until June 21, according to the newspaper Globe and Mail .
SANTE-CORONAVIRUS-USA-CANADA: The USA-Canada border will remain largely closed until June 21, according to the Globe and Mail newspaper © Reuters / CHRISTINNE MUSCHI THE USA-CANADA BORDER WILL REMAIN TO A LARGE PART CLOSED UNTIL JUNE 21, ACCORDING TO THE JOURNAL GLOBE AND MAIL (Reuters) - The border between the United States and the Canada is slated to remain closed until June 21, unless imperative relocation, due to the new coronavirus pandemic, Globe and Mail reported Wednesday.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!