Work Boycott: If teachers boycott the class then who will teach?

Political conflict and its impact on students’ education: A worrying risk

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Strikes, blockades and incidents of buses being set on fire due to political instability have threatened the education of about 30 million students at primary and secondary level. Parents are concerned about the safety of their children. Prothom Alo collected information from 28 schools on how education activities are being continued amid the continued blockade.

This shows that there has been a decline in the number of students attending classes in many schools in Dhaka and surrounding areas. There are even cases where schools have closed classes due to lack of students. However, the situation is quite normal in many schools outside Dhaka and in many parts of Dhaka.

The learning loss of a generation of students during the Covid pandemic has long-term and multifaceted impacts.

This has been further clarified in a study conducted by Campaign for Popular Education, an NGO, on the learning loss of students during the coronavirus pandemic.

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