Primary school goers to attend classes until June 17 despite extremely high temperatures


Primary school pupils in the country have three more working days, and the reactions of parents on social media do not subside, because the children go to school in extremely high temperatures and in non-air-conditioned classrooms. The Shtip local government says that they are aware of the problem, but they do not have the authority to interfere in the decisions of the Ministry of Education and Science (MES).

“Unfortunately, I have to say that classes in the schools in Shtip take place in difficult conditions, because the temperatures are really high, and the schools are not equipped with air conditioners to cool the rooms properly. It is difficult to work in such conditions, but we as a municipality cannot do anything, because the suspension of teaching is within the competences of the Ministry of Education, and there are still a few days left until the end of the school year,” said SnezhanaSaneva, head of the education sector at the Shtip local government.

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