A substitute teacher for an American primary school works from her home on April 1 in Arlington, Virginia. The coronavirus pandemic has pushed classes, meetings and even social gatherings online worldwide. Photo: AFP A substitute teacher for an American primary school works from her home on April 1 in Arlington, Virginia. The coronavirus pandemic has pushed classes, meetings and even social gatherings online worldwide. Photo: AFP
A substitute teacher for an American primary school works from her home on April 1 in Arlington, Virginia. The coronavirus pandemic has pushed classes, meetings and even social gatherings online worldwide. Photo: AFP

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A substitute teacher for an American primary school works from her home on April 1 in Arlington, Virginia. The coronavirus pandemic has pushed classes, meetings and even social gatherings online worldwide. Photo: AFP A substitute teacher for an American primary school works from her home on April 1 in Arlington, Virginia. The coronavirus pandemic has pushed classes, meetings and even social gatherings online worldwide. Photo: AFP
A substitute teacher for an American primary school works from her home on April 1 in Arlington, Virginia. The coronavirus pandemic has pushed classes, meetings and even social gatherings online worldwide. Photo: AFP
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