Rise in Covid cases: Maha teachers hope to work from home


Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai

Mumbai, Feb 23: With the surge of new coronavirus cases, teachers in Maharashtra appealed to the government to allow them to work from home.

Since the students are still not back in the classroom, the teachers are hoping to conduct online classes from their homes until the situation in the state improves.

“The chief minister in his address on Sunday appealed to continue working from home. Teachers have been going to school for three to four days a week as per the old directive. But, with students still not in the classroom, we can work from home too. The education department must take back its directive...,” said Rajesh Pandya of the Teachers Democratic Front.

  

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