High schoolers threaten to boycott classes in November if combined learning model isn’t introduced

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The Union of High School Studentst hreatened to boycott classes if a blended approach isn’t introduced in November despite stable epidemiological situation.
“This should not be taken as a compromise, but as an ultimatum to Minister Carovska and Minister Filipche,” said Blendi Hodai, president of the Union of High School Students.

Union representatives praised the efforts of education authorities to improve remote learning by setting up the national online learning platform, but added that they should be held accountable if the platform in not functional by the time the new school year starts on Thursday.

 

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