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Most of the works were submitted in English.

During the month of distance learning, students in grades 6-11 completed “Moscow Electronic School” (“MESH”) over 430 thousand digital homework assignments.

Most of the works were submitted in English (over 97.5 thousand), Russian (over 81 thousand), physical education (about 55 thousand), mathematics (over 47 thousand) and biology (over 46 thousand). In addition, the students completed more than 39,000 tasks in literature, over 38,000 in computer science and geography, over 37,000 in physics, and over 32,000 in Russian history.

In addition to digital homework assignments with tests, interactive applications and video lessons, schoolchildren also solved various problems from the Yandex.Tutor service. For a month, teachers asked more than two thousand such tasks. Of these, more than 600 in algebra, mathematics, geometry, more than 480 in computer science and more than 300 in the Russian language.

Moscow Electronic School is a project for teachers, students and their parents, which helps to create a high-tech educational environment in the schools of the capital. It is designed Department of Education and Science of Moscow together with the city Department of Information Technology… The project is constantly evolving, including through integration with external services. Thanks to Yandex.Tutor, schoolchildren have access to more than 5.5 thousand materials for preparing for the Main State Exam and 22 thousand for preparing for the Unified State Exam. In addition, students can test their knowledge of subjects with this online simulator.

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From October 19, pupils of 6-11 grades of the capital’s schools are on distance learning. This is due to the fact that high school students are more at risk of contracting coronavirus infection and are better at using information technology.

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