Рособрнадзор исключил возможность отмены основного государственного экзамена (ОГЭ) для учащихся 9-х классов. Об этом сообщает РИА «Новости».
Ранее в СМИ появилась информация, что в Госдуме разрабатывают законопроект об отмене ОГЭ.
«Вопрос об отмене ОГЭ на постоянной основе не рассматривается и, более того, не будет поддержан ни профессиональным сообществом, ни обучающимися», — заявили в пресс-службе.
Там добавили, что с законопроектом об отмене экзамена ведомство не ознакомлено. Также в Рособрнадзоре выразили мнение, что при отмене ОГЭ показатели результатов обучения могут снизиться.
Ведомство отметило, что отмена ОГЭ в 2020 году и сокращение числа сдаваемых предметов в 2021 году связаны только с эпидемиологической обстановкой в стране на фоне пандемии коронавируса.
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— В Госдуме хотят отменить обязательную сдачу ОГЭ
В очередном матче регулярного чемпионата Национальной хоккейной лиги (НХЛ) «Эдмонтон Ойлерз» оказался сильнее «Ванкувер Кэнакс».
Встреча прошла в Эдмонтоне на арене «Роджерс Плэйс» и завершилась уверенной победой хозяев со счетом 5:2.
В составе хет-трик на свой лицевой счет записал канадский форвард Конор Макдэвид. Дублем также отметился Райан Ньюждент-Хопкинс.
У проигравшей команды отличились Тайлер Мотт и Нейт Шмидт.
Ранее сообщалось, что нападающий клуба «Миннесота Уайлд» Кирилл Капризов набрал первое очко в НХЛ.
She recently returned home from a 'business' trip to Dubai with her boyfriend Dan Edgar.
And Amber Turner rocked chic blue activewear on Thursday which contrasted against her sun-kissed complexion.
The TOWIE star, 27, showcased her taut midriff and pert cleavage in her workout outfit at her home in Chigwell, Essex.
Amber teamed her high-waist leggings with a matching crop top from Boux Avenue which featured cross-back detailing.
She completed the look with pastel blue trainers and a gold watch.
The reality star styled her signature blonde tresses in an effortless wave and wore flawless make-up.
The day prior, Amber displayed her washboard abs in beige gym clothing in a photo from her recent Dubai break.
The TOWIE star captured the selfie at a gym at the Palm Jumeirah, while promoting her new fitness plan to her Instagram followers.
Her cream sports bra and matching leggings featured a ribbed pattern and seamless finish.
Amber swept her blonde tresses back in a ponytail beneath a New York Yankees baseball clap for the stunning workout photo.
It comes after the reality star flaunted her body overhaul once more on Sunday evening as she posted an amazing before and after shot.
Amber posed in the same grey Calvin Klein lingerie set for the two images, which showed off the results of her gruelling hard work.
Last week, she hit out at trolls who accused her of being 'damaging' after she showed off her breakfast and lunch.
The social media star shared a picture of her combined meal which comprised of five slices of red pepper, chicken breast and a kiwi smoothie with her fans.
She was left irked when she was inundated with 'rude' messages from Instagram users, who claimed she skipped meals and insisted she isn't eating enough.
She wrote: 'Ok so I don't usually respond to people sending me rude messages but it's actually really got on my nerves so here goes!!
'I used 180g of chicken and a large pepper. My plate was a big dinner plate which makes it look small. But I can assure you it's not! When I said breakfast and lunch all in 1, I never meant to eat less/ skip a meal! I meant it literally.'
The reality star explained she would sometimes have a protein smoothie for breakfast, then workout and have lunch later.
She continued: 'That's only 3 hours 55mins after being awake. If I woke up at 7am and was eating chicken and a smoothie and 11.30am would you be messaging me abuse saying what I'm doing is "damaging" no!
'It's so pathetic and has actually really annoyed me! Leave me be!! And thanks to all the lovely people who message me saying they love my boring plain food.'
Wycombe have postponed their Championship fixture with Queens Park Rangers on Saturday following a Covid-19 outbreak within their camp.
It's just the latest fixture to be called off as football finds itself in the eye of the coronavirus storm.
Wycombe informed the EFL they would be unable to fulfil the fixture at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium following recent positive Covid tests and the requirement for players and staff to self-isolate under EFL and Government protocols.
Wycombe did not disclose which members of their playing squad or staff have tested positive and a revised date for the fixture hasn't yet been announced.
Wycombe sit bottom of the Championship standings, four points adrift of safety, with QPR in 18th, five points clear of the drop zone.
A Wycombe club statement said: 'The circumstances surrounding the postponements will now be the subject of an investigation in accordance with EFL regulations.'
More than 50 EFL matches have been postponed in recent weeks because of Covid outbreaks within clubs.
Sheffield Wednesday postponed their trip to Coventry City on Saturday, while Brentford called off their visit to Reading, as a result of Covid infections.
Wycombe were set to visit Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday next week but that game is also off given the issues at both clubs.
Brentford took the decision to call off their matches against Bristol City and Reading earlier this week after positive tests.
The Bees' trip to the Madejski Stadium has since been rearranged for February 10.
Sunday's Premier League game between Aston Villa and Everton is also off.
Likewise, the League One match between Shrewsbury Town and Lincoln City and the Mansfield Town vs Carlisle United game in League Two on Saturday are also off.
The latest round of mandatory testing at EFL clubs revealed 123 positive cases from 4,038 players and club staff tested. There were zero positive tests at 31 clubs.
League Two strugglers Grimsby Town this week became the first EFL club to be fined for breaking coronavirus rules after being found guilty of a number of breaches - including former manager Ian Holloway playing darts with his players.
The Mariners postponed three fixtures in September when midfielder Jock Curran tested positive for Covid-19 and the rest of the squad was forced to self-isolate.
But an EFL investigation found that only two Grimsby players would have needed to self-isolate had social distancing measures been followed, and fined the club £4,880, which is suspended until June.
The Mariners must also foot the £13,000 bill of the EFL probe, as well as covering the costs incurred by the teams they were due to face in the autumn - Cheltenham, Bradford and Hull.