Disconnection of many students, particularly Phone Number List serious at the secondary level, an area that already had multiple problems. This is not the space to recover these discussions, but during those months reflections, books, webinars, documents from Phone Number List different academics and organizations that addressed the existing problem proliferated. In the month of August, after the winter vacation break, the educational proposal was a little clearer and along with the opening of different commercial activities, the demand from some sectors for Phone Number List returning to the classroom also grew.
The slogan " open the schools " outlined by the Phone Number List organization Padres was added to discussions promoted by other actors such as Families for Public Schools. In the months of October and November —already in a situation of Preventive and Mandatory Social Distancing some jurisdictions planned the return to classrooms, in a reduced way and focusing on those schools and students who encountered Phone Number List the most difficulties in continuing their school careers . Argentina is far from being an exception in this matter, although this thought prevails in the country. At the time we write these lines, the global monitoring map of school closures due to covid-19 carried out by UNESCO highlights that the number of students affected is Phone Number List currently 317,816,657, that is, 18.2% of the population. total number of students enrolled.
In 29 countries schools are still closed. The Phone Number List discussion today The proposal to return to face-to-face classes, with a calendar that, it is worth remembering, varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction —since the provinces are responsible Phone Number List for the schools—, as well as the public position of different political figures in favor of the return, fueled the debate. The City of Buenos Aires, governed by the opposition Republican proposal (Pro), differed from the Phone Number List rest of the country by setting February 17 as.