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A few girls who enrolled back in school after they had completed the transition program following the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone. DFID/Chris Berry

Mitigating COVID-19 impacts and getting education systems up and running again: Lessons from Sierra Leone

This blog was written by Edward Davis, Senior Thematic Lead on teachers and teaching, Global Partnership for Education and Chris Berry, Senior Education Adviser, Department for International Development (DFID). It provides reflexions on some of the lessons from the Sierra Leone Ebola education response that could be relevant for countries facing shutdowns of their education […]

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Experimental innovation and COVID-19 – Managing risks and expectations for EdTech

This blog was written by Alina Lipcan, Senior Education Adviser at the Education Outcomes Fund for Africa and the Middle East, and Rachel Outhred, Senior Researcher with the Young Lives programme at Oxford University and Director at Oxford MeasurEd. It has also been posted on the Young Lives website and the Education Outcomes Fund website. […]

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simple class room in village school with wooden desks and chairs in Zanzibar, Africa

COVID-19 school closures may further widen the inequality gaps between the advantaged and the disadvantaged in Ethiopia

This blog was written by Dawit Tibebu Tiruneh, Research Associate at the REAL Centre, University of Cambridge and member of the RISE Ethiopia research programme. This blog is part of a series reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research work on international education and development.  It has also been published on […]

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Rethinking education in the time of COVID-19: Getting dizzy from all the pivoting

This blog was written Dr Julie Bélanger, Director of Research and Evaluation at the Education Partnerships Group (EPG). It is part of a series of blogs reflecting on the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research work on international education and development. This has also been posted on the Education Partnerships Group website and […]

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