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The government of Tamilnadu announced the reopening of schools for classes 9th to 12th standard a few days back. Though parents and consultants support offline classes, they are still concerned about safety in schools.
Concerned about the safety protocol followed in the schools
Though the parents and other doctors recommend offline classes, they are still concerned about the safety protocol followed in the schools and how the students will work towards it. The government of Tamilnadu earlier announced that the schools in Tamilnadu will be reopened for the classes 9th to 12th from September 1st.
Though the schools all over the world have made it clear that teachers and all other non-teaching staff must be vaccinated and they should maintain COVID 19 safety protocol. Some countries are also following shift based classes to maintain low student strength in schools which could be easily monitored in the schools.
Micro classrooms in Villupuram
According to the standards and guidelines posted by the government of Tamilnadu, the students will be given nutritious food and other health supplements in order to boost their immunity naturally. Also, in Tamil Nadu, Thai Thamizh Palli in Villupuram district has followed the idea of ‘micro classrooms’, where 50 per cent of the students come to the school in the morning to attend moral classes. They leave after having lunch which will be provided by the school. The remaining students come in the afternoon and follow the same pattern.
Educationist Aysha R Natarajan
Educationist Aysha R Natarajan has said that “In most countries, the governments are still going with hundred per cent online classes. All the gadgets and facilities required for the purpose are provided by the government. In the US, students were given food packets, even though the classes were conducted online. In India, particularly in Tamil Nadu, we have failed to do either of the two,”
Also, on the other hand, the country has been keen on initiating vaccination for children above the age of 12 and so on which will be reflected in Tamil Nadu as well. In which many children will be benefited and could be maintained from COVID spreading in schools.
Discussion to reopen for other lower classes will be conducted after September 15th
The CM of Tamilnadu, MK Stalin had said earlier that; following the reopening of schools for higher secondary classes and based on the success; the discussion to reopen for other lower classes will be conducted after September 15th.
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