Headline: Online and in the Classroom, Covid-19 Has Put New Demands On Teachers
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools were on lockdown in South Africa from March 2020. They only partially reopened in June, despite teacher unions' concerns about the timing and lack of adequate protection for teachers and learners.
The unions' objections about having to work in conditions that posed a risk to health were understandable. But they have been less ...
Source:The Conversation Africa (2020-10-05)