Classrooms hang in balance amid Argentina’s second wave

World Today

Nearly two months ​ago, students in Argentina ​began returning to classrooms, after no face-to-face teaching since March of 2020. But as a second wave of infections has begun, teachers warn of the dangers of continuing classes, while many parents hope there remains a way their children can benefit from going to school. 

Joel Richards has this report.

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