Trikala: No Heating Oil for the Majority of Schools

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The majority of schools in the prefecture of Trikala, Central Greece, are not able to supply heating oil even though temperatures have dropped to 10 degrees Celsius. Teachers are planning to complain at the local government even though it’s clear that there is no money available to cover such needs: neither in schools nor in municipalities cash registers. And the oil prices at least at 1.40 euro per liter…

Alternatively, the teachers association considers to buy wood stoves for schools in cooperation with the parents’ associations. 

Until a solution is found, students of elementary and secondary education will have to go to school wrapped up with several layers of clothes (the onion effect), if they don’t want to freeze during classes.

PS like in the 1950’s…