Protests or boycott of classes – The High School Students’ Union will make the final decision on how to react against the decision on online classes on Saturday, when a meeting of representatives from 17 cities is scheduled.
The high school students say that the authorities have not done anything for 3 months to improve distance learning, but also to return safely to school. Their goal is to follow the recommendations of UNICEF and schools to work with a combined method. The union has prepared a special program for it.
In the past, they also conducted research among the members. Only 7.9 percent of high school students think that online teaching is completely effective. 59 percent believe that not everyone has adequate access to the necessary equipment, as many as 84 percent requested easier access to mental health services offered by schools.