Covid-time: Gujarat school teaches parents, who turn teachers at home
The Morning Standard|January 16, 2022
IN the midst of Covid’s third wave, a school in Rajkot has done a bit of role reversal. It calls parents of the students to teach them how they can curb mobile addiction among children and protect them from the Omicron variant.
DILIP SINGH KSHATRIYA

While there is no option other than online education, many parents and teachers don’t like online education. So, the Rajkot school found a solution: teach parents rather than children online or offline.

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