Turkey’s Ministry of Education has finally announced that it will delay face-to-face education until September 21. But dilemmas and questions remain.
Pınar Öğünç writes: A young teacher in a village near the southeastern Diyarbakır province, has a different story to tell about social distancing and the COVID-19 outbreak. In that village, many families don’t even have phones and some Syrian children live in sheds. Another major problem is the mother tongue which was of course not considered in the government's distance-teaching directive.