translated from Spanish: Students return to virtual classes after Easter break

The Ministry of Public Education published distance class schedules for preschool, elementary and high school students, after the two weeks of break that students had during Easter.
The «Learn at Home» program was announced by the SEP at the end of last March, after the suspension of face-to-face activities in schools by COVID-19.
«Learn at Home» is a television program produced by the SEP that broadcasts preschool, elementary, high school and high school content, based on official plans and programs of study.
On open television, the show is transited from Monday to Friday in Eleven Girls and Boys (channel 11.2), and on the Ingenio TV channel (signal 14.2).
While on cable television it is broadcast on the channels: 144 TotalPlay, 330 Sky, 280 Dish, 267 Megacable and 311 IZZI.
On its Twitter account, the SEP reported that this week the schedule for preschool level will be 7-9 a.m.
For first and second grade, classes will be broadcast from 9 a.m. to 6pm; for third and fourth from 10 a.m. to 6 a.m., and for fifth and sixth, from 11 a.m. to 6 a.m.
While for high school, classes will start at 8 a.m. until 12 a.m. of the day, according to grade.

Tomorrow we return to school through #AprendeEnCasa!
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Check the schedules and subjects we will present through Canal Once girls and boys for #Preescolar and #Primaria levels.
Let’s learn together!
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— SEP Mexico (@SEP_mx) April 20, 2020

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