Chairman of All Pakistan School Association (APSA) has advised all the schools to continue educational activities through holding online classes. Teachers will give online lectures from within the schools so that internet connectivity and related issues can be managed. During his interview with media, Chairman said that permission will be sought from the federal and provincial governments for moving school education towards online platform.
However, some of the schools had already started teaching online classes but in such practices, teachers are using their own resources and recording lectures which are then being shared with students by the school administration. But the situation in some of the schools are far from average as teachers are also laid-off on contractual basis. Nevertheless, APSA is now planning to restore all those teachers with providing internet and laptop resources within the school premises.