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The top teachers’ union Paul Kimberger (FCG) criticizes the planning for the coming school year under the special conditions of the corona pandemic.

The top teachers’ union Paul Kimberger (FCG) criticizes the planning for the coming school year under the special conditions of the corona pandemic. The Ministry of Education and its departments would have to start working on scenarios of

Full and shift work up to distance learning

to prepare. “According to my observation, this is not happening to a sufficient degree, at least at the moment.”

In an interview with the APA, Kimberger calls for master plans for how the schools can be supported directly by the health authorities from autumn and suspected cases can be tested in the schools as quickly as possible. The incidents in Upper Austria, where schools and kindergartens in five districts are being closed in response to a corona cluster, have shown again how urgent professional preparation is.

Lack of medical expertise

At the moment, according to Kimberger, teachers and directors could still handle the fact that they, as medical laypeople, should decide whether a student could be a suspected case or not. But he looks to the coming school year with concern. “I hope that what we currently have in Upper Austria is not a foretaste of autumn, because with the onset of the flu season, it is of course particularly difficult to differentiate.” According to Kimberger, a crisis management system that ensures immediate testing in educational institutions is needed to prevent many children from being preventively excluded from lessons for free. Schools also needed more support from healthcare professionals.

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In addition, it must be clarified whether schools can expel a sick child or a teacher who comes to school sick. “I believe that we can no longer afford to come to school sick. That will no longer be possible in the Corona situation.”

No plan to switch again

The question of how the schools can manage a renewed switch to distance learning in the event of the temporary closure of classes or schools in the fall must also be clarified in advance. Kimberger demands that the ministry, the ministry of education, educators and health experts agree on this based on the experiences of the past few months. “I think that’s not a priority for the moment, at least, and that doesn’t calm me down at all.”

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Kimberger currently sees room for improvement in the support provided to schools by the education and health authorities. In the past few weeks there have been some problems with the flow of information to schools. He was told that children whose families had corona cases had come to school despite a separation notice. At school, however, no one knew that the children should actually be in home quarantine. “The schools must be informed immediately,” demands Kimberger.123 essay It is incomprehensible that this is omitted with reference to data protection. “The health of everyone involved is at stake.”

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The top teachers’ union Paul Kimberger (FCG) criticizes the planning for the coming school year under the special conditions of the corona pandemic. The Ministry of Education and its departments would have to start working on scenarios of

Full and shift work up to distance learning

to prepare. “According to my observation, this is not happening to a sufficient degree, at least at the moment.”

In an interview with the APA, Kimberger calls for master plans for how the schools can be supported directly by the health authorities from autumn and suspected cases can be tested in the schools as quickly as possible. The incidents in Upper Austria, where schools and kindergartens in five districts are being closed in response to a corona cluster, have shown again how urgent professional preparation is.

Lack of medical expertise

At the moment, according to Kimberger, teachers and directors could still handle the fact that they, as medical laypeople, should decide whether a student could be a suspected case or not. But he looks to the coming school year with concern. “I hope that what we currently have in Upper Austria is not a foretaste of autumn, because with the onset of the flu season, it is of course particularly difficult to differentiate.” According to Kimberger, a crisis management system that ensures immediate testing in educational institutions is needed to prevent many children from being preventively excluded from lessons for free. Schools also needed more support from healthcare professionals.

Also read:

New infections “nothing to please us”

In addition, it must be clarified whether schools can expel a sick child or a teacher who comes to school sick. “I believe that we can no longer afford to come to school sick. That will no longer be possible in the Corona situation.”

No plan to switch again

The question of how the schools can manage a renewed switch to distance learning in the event of the temporary closure of classes or schools in the fall must also be clarified in advance. Kimberger demands that the ministry, the ministry of education, educators and health experts agree on this based on the experiences of the past few months. “I think that’s not a priority for the moment, at least, and that doesn’t calm me down at all.”

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What Corona is doing to our children

Kimberger currently sees room for improvement in the support provided to schools by the education and health authorities. In the past few weeks there have been some problems with the flow of information to schools. He was told that children whose families had corona cases had come to school despite a separation notice. At school, however, no one knew that the children should actually be in home quarantine. “The schools must be informed immediately,” demands Kimberger. It is incomprehensible that this is omitted with reference to data protection. “The health of everyone involved is at stake.”

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The top teachers’ union Paul Kimberger (FCG) criticizes the planning for the coming school year under the special conditions of the corona pandemic. The Ministry of Education and its departments would have to start working on scenarios of

Full and shift work up to distance learning

to prepare. “According to my observation, this is not happening to a sufficient degree, at least at the moment.”

In an interview with the APA, Kimberger calls for master plans for how the schools can be supported directly by the health authorities from autumn and suspected cases can be tested in the schools as quickly as possible. The incidents in Upper Austria, where schools and kindergartens in five districts are being closed in response to a corona cluster, have shown again how urgent professional preparation is.

Lack of medical expertise

At the moment, according to Kimberger, teachers and directors could still handle the fact that they, as medical laypeople, should decide whether a student could be a suspected case or not. But he looks to the coming school year with concern. “I hope that what we currently have in Upper Austria is not a foretaste of autumn, because with the onset of the flu season, it is of course particularly difficult to differentiate.” According to Kimberger, a crisis management system that ensures immediate testing in educational institutions is needed to prevent many children from being preventively excluded from lessons for free. Schools also needed more support from healthcare professionals.

Also read:

New infections “nothing to please us”

In addition, it must be clarified whether schools can expel a sick child or a teacher who comes to school sick. “I believe that we can no longer afford to come to school sick. That will no longer be possible in the Corona situation.”

No plan to switch again

The question of how the schools can manage a renewed switch to distance learning in the event of the temporary closure of classes or schools in the fall must also be clarified in advance. Kimberger demands that the ministry, the ministry of education, educators and health experts agree on this based on the experiences of the past few months. “I think that’s not a priority for the moment, at least, and that doesn’t calm me down at all.”

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Kimberger currently sees room for improvement in the support provided to schools by the education and health authorities. In the past few weeks there have been some problems with the flow of information to schools. He was told that children whose families had corona cases had come to school despite a separation notice. At school, however, no one knew that the children should actually be in home quarantine. “The schools must be informed immediately,” demands Kimberger. It is incomprehensible that this is omitted with reference to data protection. “The health of everyone involved is at stake.”

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The top teachers’ union Paul Kimberger (FCG) criticizes the planning for the coming school year under the special conditions of the corona pandemic. The Ministry of Education and its departments would have to start working on scenarios of

Full and shift work up to distance learning

to prepare. “According to my observation, this is not happening to a sufficient degree, at least at the moment.”

In an interview with the APA, Kimberger calls for master plans for how the schools can be supported directly by the health authorities from autumn and suspected cases can be tested in the schools as quickly as possible. The incidents in Upper Austria, where schools and kindergartens in five districts are being closed in response to a corona cluster, have shown again how urgent professional preparation is.

Lack of medical expertise

At the moment, according to Kimberger, teachers and directors could still handle the fact that they, as medical laypeople, should decide whether a student could be a suspected case or not. But he looks to the coming school year with concern. “I hope that what we currently have in Upper Austria is not a foretaste of autumn, because with the onset of the flu season, it is of course particularly difficult to differentiate.” According to Kimberger, a crisis management system that ensures immediate testing in educational institutions is needed to prevent many children from being preventively excluded from lessons for free. Schools also needed more support from healthcare professionals.

Also read:

New infections “nothing to please us”

In addition, it must be clarified whether schools can expel a sick child or a teacher who comes to school sick. “I believe that we can no longer afford to come to school sick. That will no longer be possible in the Corona situation.”

No plan to switch again

The question of how the schools can manage a renewed switch to distance learning in the event of the temporary closure of classes or schools in the fall must also be clarified in advance. Kimberger demands that the ministry, the ministry of education, educators and health experts agree on this based on the experiences of the past few months. “I think that’s not a priority for the moment, at least, and that doesn’t calm me down at all.”

In line with this topic:

What Corona is doing to our children

Kimberger currently sees room for improvement in the support provided to schools by the education and health authorities. In the past few weeks there have been some problems with the flow of information to schools. He was told that children whose families had corona cases had come to school despite a separation notice. At school, however, no one knew that the children should actually be in home quarantine. “The schools must be informed immediately,” demands Kimberger. It is incomprehensible that this is omitted with reference to data protection. “The health of everyone involved is at stake.”

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