RIGA - Teachers, parents and schoolchildren are all coping well with the current distance learning process, as Inga Vanaga, chairwoman of the Latvian Trade Union of Education and Science Employees, said in an interview with TV3 this morning.
This according to a survey of teachers, which found that all the sides have sufficient digital skills for distance learning, said Vanaga. During the survey, teachers indicated that about 30 percent of schoolchildren required better internet speeds for higher quality distance learning process, while about a third of students did not ha...
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