Tribal Dept, Teachers At Odds Over Teaching Kids At Home
The Times of India Hyderabad|September 20, 2020
Tribal Dept, Teachers At Odds Over Teaching Kids At Home
Teachers said visiting students’ villages violated unlock guidelines. United Teachers’ Federation on Saturday submitted a letter to tribal welfare minister and dept on the issue
Nirupa Vatyam

Hyderabad: Primary teachers of government schools have been asked to go to every student’s home and take classes for two hours. A teacher will have to cover three students in a day. However, teachers are opposing the move.

A decision to teach students at their homes was taken by the tribal welfare department and a circular was issued recently directing all tribal welfare government primary school (GPS) teachers and ashram (residential) school teachers to spend at least six hours in students’ home/village teaching.

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