Albanian students take to the streets against online classes

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Albanian students are holding a protest in front of the Ministry of Education against online classes, which according to them have resulted to not be productive.

Students also protest for lower tuition fees since classes will be conducted online.

Around 130 thousand students would return back to lecture halls on November 2, with 21 thousand of them being first year students, but the latest government decision, which was announced no earlier than last week, ordered for the shifting of classes online for at least one month, in order to contain the spread of the virus.

Police forces have called on the students to stop the protest and follow COVID-19 protocols.

 

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