Not all parents are ready to send their kids back to school

Children living in smallest villages are more likely to return to schools than children from biggest cities, AKO reported based on the responses of their parents.

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Not all parents are ready to send their children back to schools once they open their doors again for the youngest pupils after the coronavirus outbreak in Slovakia.

After the epidemiological situation in Slovakia improved, the government announced they were going to reopen kindergartens and the first five grades of primary schools as of June 1. It is, however, voluntary. The recent AKO polling agency poll shows many are not going to return to school at that time.

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