Sri Lanka, Suffering Daily Power Outages, Tries Switching to Virtual School

Sri Lanka, Suffering Daily Power Outages, Tries Switching to Virtual School


Sri Lanka Education Minister Susil Premajayantha on Sunday encouraged public schools nationwide to switch to online learning due to worsening fuel shortages that have left many Sri Lankans unable to transport their children to schools, Sri Lanka’s Ada Derana news website reported.

“The minister requested all teachers and principals to implement the online education system for the students of the schools that will be closed,” Ada Derana reported on June 19, referring to Premajayantha.

The Sri Lankan education minister announced on Sunday that a select number of public schools within the national capital, Colombo, and other major cities nationwide would shut down from at least June 20 to June 24 due to the country’s fuel shortages.

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