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23 teachers share how they really feel about going back to the classroom post-lockdown.

23 teachers share how they really feel about going back to the classroom post-lockdown.

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As pandemic lockdowns continue to ease (and in some cases, recommence...) around the world, many are debating whether it's a good idea to send children back to school.

Some argue that keeping schools shut would harm children, while others argue there's no way to re-open without infecting some students and teachers. A recent Reddit thread asked teachers and school employees to share how they felt about it, and there was a wide range of responses. Here are some of them.

1. This British teacher is concerned for her low-income students.

In the UK (English) Secondary Schools are are due back in full in September with no expectations of social distancing and very little guidance for risk assessment. I work in the worst affected borough of London where huge numbers of our kids have lost family members. Over 50% of kids live in poverty, we have the highest levels of gang crime, radicalisation, sex trafficking, child abuse, and neglect, and only around 5 - 10% of kids in classes have had access to internet for remote learning since we went into lockdown in March.

Sources: Reddit
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