New school starts in person, but amid uncertainty

Ljubljana, 1 September - A new school year is starting today for almost 270,000 Slovenian primary and secondary school children and nearly 30,000 teachers. Classes will be held in person for everyone for now but with safety measures in place, including mandatory Covid certificates for staff. If schools flout the rules, they may be ordered to switch to remote classes.

First graders wearing yellow traffic safety scarves on their way to school.
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