Kyiv Shevchenko University switches to home learning due to lack of funds for heating – media
Energy expert Andriy Gerus claims Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University has decided to switch students to home learning until spring because of the lack of funds to pay for heating and electricity, according to Ukraine's Hromadske Radio.
"Formally, this is called 'distance learning.' But everyone understands that we do not have any distance learning methods or lecturers' qualifications for distance education. Read books, solve [maths] problems. Students have their own plans: to rest a little, to earn some money," Gerus wrote on Facebook.
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The students learned about the change in December, he added. They will study in this mode until March 5.