Monday, January 17

Nearly halved absenteeism among teachers in the Oslo school until school starts

1430 school employees reported absence until the start of school after the mass testing in the Oslo school. It is not known how much of the absence is due to coronary heart disease.

The staffing situation is still demanding in the Oslo school, says director of the Education Agency Marte Gerhardsen.
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There has been tension related to the absence figures on Tuesday, after all students and teachers in the Oslo school was asked to test for coronary heart disease before starting school today.

Figures from the Education Agency show that a total of 551 teachers had reported absence on Tuesday. It is not known whether the absence is due to coronary heart disease or other causes.

In comparison, there were 1,070 teachers who had reported absence on 10 December last year.

Absence was also reported for 320 school assistants, 321 AKS assistants, 65 administrative staff, 73 managers and 83 others. A total of 1430 school employees were away from work on Tuesday, compared to 2439 employees on 10 December.

“This reporting shows that the staffing situation in general in the Oslo school is better now than it was before Christmas. But the situation is still demanding, and there are large variations between schools “, writes director of the Education Agency Marte Gerhardsen in an e-mail to Aftenposten.

Figures for student absence will not be clear until Wednesday. Health councilor Robert Steen (Labor Party) tells NTB that he expects a contagion after the mass testing in schools and kindergartens last day:

– We can not hand out tens of thousands of tests in the belief that it will not have any effect, says the health council, who points out that infection rates will probably also rise because people return to everyday life after the Christmas holidays.

More than 10,000 kindergarten employees and teaching staff have been infected with corona in the pandemic, writes NTB.

Reference-www.aftenposten.no

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