Teachers are privileged in the quarantine situation coz they are still paid by the state if they carry on working from home.
It's an incredibly difficult situation at the minute for us. On one hand, it's a private school, so the parents have (in theory) more resources. In practice, what we're seeing is that most parents are struggling to cope themselves, and it's not a good idea to try and implement any sort of serious learning right now.
For what it's worth, I gave parents a large list of resources, with explanations of what each resource was, how it could be used, and whether or not it could be used independently. It took probably 3 full days of work, but it means that my classes are all covered and parents have full discretion on what to do next. Only the 8th class kids have mandatory work, and that's because none of us trust the government with respect to the exams.
During my normal hours, I've got a system set up where kids can join *if they want* and we do stuff - the deal is that it should be student-led learning during that time, so if they join at the beginning, we talk about what they want to learn, and I've got a pretty comprehensive database of teaching materials to choose from.
I know from teacher colleagues in other schools that there's a real fight going on - some schools are trying to implement the core programme, others are doing as we're doing and trying to only guide kids in the right direction. The real problem will be in the coming weeks - the Ministry of Education is apparently going to demand full implementation of the core programme - but remotely.
No-one seems to have thought about the fact that not every child has their own computer or even stable internet access. My friend lives ~10km from the border of Poznań, and his internet connection all week has been slow and unreliable due to the amount of people using it. It's not enough to even stream youtube, so how do they expect to implement remote learning?