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Jenaica, 4, (pink headscarf), and her family read together at home, in Mindanao, Philippines. © SavetheChildren/ Hannah Adcock

Schooling has stopped, but learning must not

This blog was written by Emma Wagner, Education in Emergencies, Policy & Advocacy Adviser, Save the Children. This article is part of a collection of INEE blogs related to the education in emergencies response to COVID-19. This blog was originally published on the INEE website on 9 April 2020. Recommendations for keeping children safe and […]

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Prevent a lost learning generation: nine recommendations to policymakers in response to Covid-19

This blog was written by Richard King, Strategic Growth Director at Education Development Trust and originally published on the Education Development Trust website on 31st March 2020. Ministers of Education face hard choices as they respond to Covid-19. Within the education sector, the main response to this unprecedented crisis has been widespread school closures, with […]

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Access to digital learning during COVID-19 closures: compounding educational inequality?

This blog was written by Lydia Marshall, Senior Education Researcher and Rhiannon Moore, Education Research Officer, Young Lives, University of Oxford. It has also been posted on the Young Lives website. The COVID-19 global pandemic has led to children across the world seeing their schools closed down – the latest UNESCO estimates suggest that over […]

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