Düsseldorf (dpa / lnw) - The North Rhine-Westphalian state parliament is intensively concerned with school policy in the corona crisis on Thursday (10 a.m.).
All three opposition groups have submitted motions.
The SPD and the Greens are calling for more flexibility to respond to the demands of students in the Corona year - for exams and transfers.
Since no normal lessons can run in the classes until February 14th, the SPD wants to see an immediate program implemented.
Among other things, she is requesting free SIM cards for students in an urgent application so that even those who do not have a good internet connection at home can easily take part in digital lessons with tablet computers.
In principle, the SPD and the Greens are in favor of an alternation model of distance and face-to-face teaching.
NRW School Minister Yvonne Gebauer FDP) no longer rules that out.
Distance learning applies to all schools in North Rhine-Westphalia until February 12.
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Agenda with motions