Sri Lankan schools open after closure from fuel shortages
Sri Lanka on Monday reopened government-owned public and state-approved private schools, which were closed for nearly a month due to fuel shortages.
However, schools will be open on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, and students will be taught online on the other two days of the school week.
The Ministry of Education also extended the first school term until September 7.
Schools will also not conduct examinations at the end of the first term, and principals have been instructed to conduct alternative forms of evaluation.
Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe has instructed officials to provide fuel to school buses from all state-run fuel depots.
About 40,000 vehicles are engaged in transporting students to schools in Sri Lanka.
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