By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
While Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has ordered the nation’s public school system to return to full in-person classes starting on Aug. 30, only 49 percent of Mexican families say that they will have their children attend.
A report by the De las Heras pollster shows that the majority of parents and guardians are not willing to send their children and adolescents back to school.
Moreover, according the the De las Heras poll, 34 percent of Mexican parents are opposed to the reopening of live classes.
On the other hand, 51 percent of those interviewed said that they would prefer a hybrid education model, with mixed in-person and online classes.