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  • Jannat Tariq, 9, attends online classes inside her home in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Wednesday, July 22, 2020. Children in this region are no strangers to lockdowns. Curfews, strikes and school shutdowns are all part of growing up in one of the world’s most militarized zones. So when schools in the disputed region reopened in late February, after six months of a strict lockdown that began in August 2019, Tariq was overjoyed to see her friends and teachers. But schools shut again the following month because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

  • Kashmiri students attend an open-air early morning class inside Eidgah, a ground reserved for Eid prayers, in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, July 18, 2020. When months went by without teaching, Muneer Alam, an engineer-turned-math teacher, started the informal community school in the form of an open-air classroom in June. Schools in the disputed region reopened after six months in late February, after a strict lockdown that began in August 2019, when India scrapped the region’s semi-autonomous status. In March schools were shut again because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

  • Iqra Nazir listens to her teacher Muneer Ahmed during a math coaching class in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Wednesday, July 22, 2020. Decades of insurgency, protests and military crackdowns have constantly disrupted formal schooling in Indian-administered Kashmir, where rebels have fought for decades for independence or unification with Pakistan, which controls the other part of the Muslim-majority region. Over the years, volunteer-run community schools and makeshift classrooms have emerged to fill the gap when formal schools shut down, but large-scale troop deployments and restrictions on public movement mean they reach only a small proportion of students. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

  • Kashmiri students walk homeward after attending an open-air class inside Eidgah, a ground reserved for Eid prayers, in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, July 31, 2020. When months went by without teaching, Muneer Alam, an engineer-turned-math teacher, started the informal community school in the form of an open-air classroom in June. Schools in the disputed region reopened after six months in late February, after a strict lockdown that began in August 2019, when India scrapped the region’s semi-autonomous status. In March schools were shut again because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

  • Muneer Alam, an engineer-turned-math teacher, sprays disinfectant before the start of an early morning outdoor class at Eidgah, a ground reserved for Eid prayers, in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, July 18, 2020. Alam said the driving force to start the open-air classes was seeing children all around him depressed and anxious. The open-air classroom buzzes with students. Some sit on chairs. Others place themselves on rugged mats or on the ground. Social distancing is maintained. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

  • Khalid Bazaz plays with his niece Sundas Irfan, as his daughter Maria Khalid sits on his lap and watches online classes, at their home in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Thursday, July 23, 2020. Confined to their homes, students have found it challenging to study online with the painstakingly slow internet connections, which also faces outages following the frequent gunbattles between rebels and Indian soldiers. With no high-speed internet, many educators are unable to upload video lectures and conduct online classes. But some are making the best of limited resources.

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

  • Kashmiri students attend an open-air early morning classes inside Eidgah or ground reserved for Eid prayers in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, July 18, 2020.  When months went by without teaching, Muneer Alam, an engineer-turned-math teacher, started the informal community school in the form of an open-air classroom in June. Schools in the disputed region reopened after six months in late February, after a strict lockdown that began in August 2019, when India scrapped the region’s semi-autonomous status. In March schools were shut again because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)

    India: gli studenti si arrangiano come possono

    Confinati nelle loro case a causa del Coronavirus, molti studenti della regione del Kashmir (in India) hanno cercato di seguire le lezioni online, nonostante connessioni Internet lente e spesso interrotte a causa delle frequenti battaglie tra ribelli e soldati indiani. Mostra

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