LISTEN: Educator makes impassioned plea for children left behind in online classes

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  1. There was more than enough time for the ministry of education to iron out the kinks…somehow they have waited until crunch time, cases are rising, and they are still in the same predicament. As soon as school closed in June a special task force should have been setting plans in place in the event something like this happened…

  2. This is what the UPP is aiming for. When they work on convincing their supporters and unsuspecting people not to take the vaccine while their children and themselves are vaccinated already. Sick Opposition

  3. @i-man. How in tarnation is UPP involved? Many children do not adapt well to online teaching. Many homes do not have access to internet or computers. Many children are left unsupervised at home. Many cannot complete or pay for the projects that they have to submit. Yet many schools saw it fit to repeat children, instead of conducting classes with them during the holidays and work on their weak areas. Yet parents are quiet and you have the gall to express your diatribe. Education is in serious peril. Just hush.

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