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Tel Aviv: Public Institutions Turned House Classrooms

Liza Cablayan Journalist at Israel Now
Published on September 02, 2020
Tel Aviv: Public Institutions Turned House Classrooms

To address the ongoing pandemic, and to help the education system of the municipality, turning public institutions into house classrooms is one idea Tel Aviv has thought of. They expect the Israeli children to attend classes by Tuesday.

The municipality has to make sure they are following the strict guidelines of the Health Ministry to stop the novel coronavirus from spreading when 75,000 students come back for school. With the mass number of students, city officials need to stop an outbreak from occurring.

Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai mentioned several opportunities that the schools in September 2020 will have, despite the challenges that it may bring. They can start upgrading, speed up pedagogical and structural processes, and to revisit the educational premises. They have considered every aspect of any situation they may face because of the pandemic. Huldai hopes that despite the health crisis, we can achieve something great in the new normal of the world.

Along with Wuhan, London, and a lot more places in the world have returned to class this week. This happened after a long time staying at home, and it is one step most of the world has taken to get back to any normalcy.

The virus has killed over 850,000 people, and the infection has spread to over 25.4 million people. Children returning to the classroom were seen as a much-needed push to bring back the economies the pandemic destroyed.

Parents are making sure , same as in Tel Aviv, that they protect their children when school starts in their area.