Resident at Township meeting suggests students should work from home because of traffic

A resident this evening at the Township committee suggested that school students should begin working from home due to traffic congestion.

The resident said that in the coming years people will not be able to commute to work or school because of the traffic, so they should start getting used to it now.

He added, that in some schools im the US this is already a common practice.

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  1. It’s not SO bad!
    Lets be honest everyone loves to complain but its not that bad ALL the time.
    Every town and city has times of bad traffic and Lakewood, always, for over 30 years had times of bad traffic. There are cars coming from other townships passing through too. As you see on a Sunday or holiday traffic isn’t as bad.
    Of course we need to fix this issue but lets stop blaming all of our troubles in life on daily periodic traffic.
    Maybe, while this traffic issue is being worked on, its time to leave a little bit earlier to schedule in the delays and not to be stressed while it takes the extra time to get to where you are heading

  2. Yes people in the year 2017 online schooling is a reality. And for the person who suggested that it is not successful since children can’t interact is really off base. Interactive online learning has been successfully practiced for decades. Please catch up, the modern world is leaving you behind.

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