Along with Masks, so many other Urgent Requirements in Germany Schools
| Education Jagat - 16 Aug 2020

Masks during class, masks only in the halls, no masks at all. Distance when possible, no distance within same-grade groups, no distance at all.
As Germany’s 16 states start sending millions of children back to school in the middle of the global Coronavirus pandemic, the country’s famous sense of Ordnung has given way to uncertainty, with a hodgepodge of regional regulations that officials acknowledge may or may not work.
 There can’t, and never will be 100% certainty, said Torsten Kuehne, the official in charge of schools in Pankow, Berlin’s most populous district where 45,000 students go back to school.
 Germany has won plaudits for managing to slow the spread of the Coronavirus quickly, efficiently, and early, but the opening of schools is proving a new challenge as the country struggles to balance the concerns of anxious parents and children, skeptical scientists, worried teachers, and overtaxed administrators.
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