"Oboje pracują w szkole."
Translation:They both work in a school.
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Yeah, I think the concern is the dropping of the article "a/the" and instead saying "work in school" which sounds weird -- you could say "they work in education." since education is a field of work...
"work at a/the school/work in a/the school" are both normal responses, but "work in school" is incorrect.
They both work in a school. Or the school. "work in school" is not correct. You could say "work at school" if the speaker and listener both attend the same school together. So either, "in the school," "in a school," or "at school," or "at a school," or "at the school." Work "in school" without an article is incorrect English.