Nearly two weeks after the November 26 earthquake, students in Tirana, Durres, Vora and Kurbin returned to school today.
The teaching process in these cities began in all high schools. According to the data from the Ministry of Education, 30 schools in the Durres district were damaged by the November 26 earthquake.
School students, which were damaged will attend classes at other host schools.
The Ministry of Education has announced that it has taken steps to provide school students with earthquake-stricken serviles, to develop teaching at nearby schools, and it has been made proceedings for their transport.
According to the Ministry of Education, unrealized curriculum during these days of interruption will be replaced according to a calendar set by the local education offices.
Meanwhile the school “Bajram Curri” in Durres has resumed teaching process after a disruption due to the earthquake that hit the country.
“Bajram Curri” school is one of the buildings rated as unharmed by the earthquake, told for abcnews.al journalist Andi Qosja.
At the 9-year school there are about 9,000 students who start the teaching process.
Pupils show that they are happy to be back in school.
After a nearly two-week absence, the learning process has already resumed and it is expected that a decision will be made how the missing days will be replaced in the future./abcnews.al