why not: oboje pracują w szkolę
when something happens somewhere/=in something we use locative.
if a verb needs "w" but that means more "at" or "into", we use accusative.
Thanks. I was wondering about that.
the two of them
this was reported two months ago
Would 'at' rather than 'in school' correcter? Let's save 'at'. Cf 'at' and not 'in work'.
Both are correct. 'in' is more AmE, 'at' is more BrE.
I'd be very surprised if "in school" is even a little bit common in AmE.
That is not correct for this context, though. Should be work in a school. What you are thinking of is if a child for example is in school.
According to native speakers of British English, work at a/the school is also permissable.
Oboje = оба