Rejected petition Regularization of online course options in British universities
1. Make online teaching as a regular way of teaching and learning in this epidemic situation.
2. Students should be able to choose to study online freely instead of being asked to apply.
1. Practical difficulties：
- Policy uncertainty
- The issue of rental housing
- Difficulties with airline tickets
- Difficulties in the family
- Health care difficulties
2. Human rights and freedom：
- Equality of freedoms and individual choice
- Discrimination on the basis of race
- Psychological torture
- Inequality of medical care
- The relevance of choice and responsibility
3. The feasibility of online teaching：
- Adequate technical conditions
- Sufficient network conditions
- Adequate online interactive products
4. Objective hazard of Coronavirus:...
500 words is not enough to explain at all.
This petition was rejected
Why was this petition rejected?
It’s about something that the UK Government or Parliament is not directly responsible for.
Decisions about whether elements of university courses are delivered virtually are a matter for individual universities, not the UK Government or Parliament.
As a result it is not possible for the Government or Parliament to take the action you have requested.
If you wish to raise a complaint against how your university is delivering teaching during the pandemic, you can contact the Office for the Independent Adjudicator for higher education here: https://www.oiahe.org.uk/students/how-to-complain-to-us/.
We only reject petitions that don’t meet the petition standards.