Preschools Reopen After 22 Mths But Parents To Wait And Watch
The Times of India Mumbai|January 24, 2022
Preschools across the city are geared up to welcome their students to in-person learning on Monday, 22 months since the pandemic moved classes online.
Sandhya.Nair

Orientation sessions and virtual tours for parents have been conducted by preschools that expect students’ physical attendance to rise in the coming weeks. Dr Swati Vats, president,Early Childhood Association and Association for Primary Education and Research, said they are expecting 30-40% attendance in the first week. “Preschools have been waiting to reopen and have put all Covid protocols in place. Parents are adopting the wait-and watch policy,” she said.

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