“Almost a million teachers who are in charge of serving 24 million learners will be forced to physically interact with parents and other stakeholders at some levels and this is a health and safety nightmare that brings chills to the spines of the sane because people would take public transportation vehicles, move thousands of modules back and forth, and at some point will have to do face-to-face meetings as online infrastructures prove frighteningly inadequate,” TDC National Chairman Benjo Basa said.
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