Online classes is not in the interest of students, claims SONK


The Independent Trade Union for Education, Science and Culture (SONK) announced Thursday on Facebook that the Government and the Community of Local Self-Government Units (ZELS) should find an acceptable solution to overcome or mitigate the energy crisis in schools.
“Remote schooling is not an acceptable option for those most affected: students, parents and teachers,” said the SONK.

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