President of the Jamaica Association of Principals for Secondary Schools, Linvern Wright, says several stakeholders across the education sector are relieved at news that face-to-face classes resume for exam students today.
Students sitting PEP, CSEC and CAPE, have been given the go ahead to return to the classroom.
Mr Wright says schools are ready for the most part to accommodate the students and staff.
He notes that several schools had already been approved for face to face classes before schools were again ordered closed.
Mr Wright says most of the schools have the necessary systems in place to facilitate proper hand hygiene and the other protocols.
Meanwhile, he says parents and teachers remain concerned about the limited time for exam preparation.
Linvern Wright, President of the Jamaica Association of Principals for Secondary Schools, speaking with Nationwide News yesterday.