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Bulgaria's Minister of Education insists on in-person training in schools

Education Minister Krasimir Valchev
Photo: BTA

I still think that face-to-face training is the best. There are deficits in e-learning - with socialization, mental fatigue, said Education Minister Krasimir Valchev. At a briefing of the Ministry of Health, dedicated to the situation with Covid-19, Valchev explained that there were no easy solutions, no single formula to balance between health protection and living, studying and working relatively normally. Schools should not close first, action should be taken locally, Minister Valchev said, quoted by BTA.

The data tend to show that schools are not the most epidemic environment, but for the last 20 days 4 teachers have died, Valchev stressed.

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