The Government’s idea was to keep all schools open, but the specialists do not understand each other on this matter and António Costa no longer has the scientific comfort for a decision that is eminently political. It is certain that the first and second cycles of basic education will remain open, it is less certain that the same will happen in the third cycle and it is unlikely that the secondary will continue with face-to-face classes. Higher education assessments will also continue. Expresso journalists Vera Lúcia Arreigoso, a health specialist, and Isabel Leiria, an education specialist, assess the pros and cons of the decision to close or keep schools open
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