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>> With anti-government protesters blocking street across Venezuela. Parents are asking the same question everyday, will my kids be able to get to school? And if they go, can they get back home again?>>
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> He had a routine which included his classes, complementary classes, sports classes. And this has all been disrupted.
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>> Some parents telling Reuters they check Twitter into the night for any update's on protests planned for the next day. Even when the demonstrations do pose a security risk to children, private schools are not free to cancel class as the government sees such a move as a stand against President Maduro.
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Recently, the education ministry threatened to close down a private school in the Central State of Lara, which went empty for days. But officials did not take any action since teachers were still showing up, sitting in empty classrooms, and maintaining lesson plans.