Today, October 23, classes resumed in the Kerch Polytechnic College. Last week, the college was closed after the explosion and shooting, which killed 21 people.

Spokesman for the Kremlin-controlled Crimean Ministry of Education, Anton Garkavets, informed the Russian media about the further work of the education facility.

“Today began with classroom talks, where students will be told about the schedule of classes for the near future. Curricula are adjusted to resume the learning process smoothly, and gradually increase the load.”

Today, the “head” of the Crimean government, Sergey Aksyonov, and the Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia, Tatyana Moskalkova, also arrived at the Kerch Polytechnic College.
Earlier, the "Ministry of Education" of the Crimea intended to resume classes at the Kerch Polytechnic College on October 22, but postponed this date, because psychologists continued to work with students.

QHA reported that on October 17, an explosion and shooting occurred at the Kerch Polytechnic College. According to Investigation Committee, the attack was arranged by a college student, 18-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov, who probably shot himself with a gun. As a result of the shooting and explosion in college, 21 people died, including the suspect.

In connection with the incident, the prosecutor's office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea opened a criminal case under the article "terrorist act".
In the occupied Crimea, as well as in the Ternopil region mourning for the victims of the Kerch tragedy was declared. The mourning ceremony for the dead, in which several thousand people took part, was held on October 19.

On October 22, the “authorities” of Crimea abolished the state of emergency, which was introduced on the peninsula in connection with the explosion and shooting at the Kerch Polytechnic College.
Source: RIA News Crimea