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CORONA VIRUS STOPPED IN THE "SAINT SAVA" SCHOOL AT TWO SICK PERSONS, EQUIPMENT FOR ONLINE CLASSES WOULD BE WELCOME

27. November 2020.

Bujanovac - After a teacher and a student at the Bujanovac secondary school "Saint Sava" became ill with COVID-19 in the past two weeks, there were no more cases of corona infections, confirmed the school principal Biserka Jovic.

The announced transition from combined to complete online classes, says the principal, will not be a special challenge, but she points out that the school is facing certain technical shortcomings.

The combined model of teaching that has been used so far has meant the division of classes into groups that alternated for a week in classical school teaching and online teaching.

“We still do not have enough devices for students and teachers, although we have procured a certain number through the Coordination Body and Group 484, but not as many as we need ", says the principal.

She added that one of the difficulties they faced in conducting distance learning was the Internet in the territory of the municipality.

“The municipality is not fully covered by the Internet network of any provider, and we have a considerable number of students from villages. We have cases where our students do not have the Internet in their village or only certain locations in the village are covered. That is not something that the school can solve, even though we addressed the operators", says the principal.

The other secondary school in the municipality - "Sezai Suroi" has been in the online system since Monday, at the request of the school principal Zejni Fejzulahu, after COVID-19 had been confirmed in five school employees.

Source: Bujanovac News and Coordination Body