The government has prohibited children from going to school, so they have to enrol into distance learning. Gotcha!. There is no obligation to enrol into distance learning.
Schools should either be closed and teaching stopped, or they should be open and students should attend them according to the Education Act, the Framework Education Program, and the school education program. The wording of the government in a crisis measure: “a ban on pupils' personal participation in education” is really confusing. The Education Act does not allow for the possibility that pupils learn at home. Therefore, if personal participation in school is forbidden, and the Education Act does not provide for distance education, with some exceptions, should pupils learn remotely? No, no one can be forced to do what the law does not impose on them. They can centainly learn at home voluntarily.
In our opinion, the correct procedure would be an interim amendment to the Education Act, or, a clearer instruction for home education resulting from a crisis measure. The amendment of the maturita examination, and the extension of the period of payment of the nursing allowance was followed by a temporary amendment to the Act.