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Teachers’ organisations have unanimously pointed out the risks that being in school pose to both pupils and teachers. Picture: iStock/ Smolaw11
Teachers’ organisations have unanimously pointed out the risks that being in school pose to both pupils and teachers. Picture: iStock/ Smolaw11

CITY PRESS SAYS

Education has always been an issue that cuts close to our emotions.

This is heightened in these times when parents have to decide how to best protect their children from getting infected with the Covid-19 coronavirus while not neglecting their educational interests.

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