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COVID_EDTech Radio

The role of interactive radio instruction in the coronavirus (COVID-19) education response

This article was written by Chris McBurnie, Country Engagement Consultant for the EdTech Hub, and posted on the EdTech Hub website on 23 April 2020 as part of their coronavirus (COVID-19) and EdTech series. Every week that passes we see the number of classrooms closed due to COVID-19 increase. During these unprecedented times, the Hub’s […]

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Inclusive from the Start: Building Inclusivity into Education Programming During COVID-19 School Closures—and Beyond

This article was written by Anne M. Hayes, Founder and Chief Operating Officer, and Hayley Niad, Program Manager and Researcher, International Development Partners, and Jennae Bulat, Senior Director of Teaching & Learning, RTI International. This blog was originally posted by International Development Partners on 24 April and then RTI ShareEd on 30 April. All children […]

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Business engagement in education in emergencies: Lessons for the COVID-19 response

This blog was written by Francine Menashy, University of Massachusetts Boston. It was originally published on the Global Education Monitoring Report World Education Blog on 8 April 2020. The forthcoming 2021 Global Education Monitoring Report will focus on the vital role of the non-state sector. Businesses and business leaders represent one group of non-state actors […]

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How can Sierra Leone’s education response after Ebola help with the COVID-19 response?

This blog is written by Colin Bangay, Senior Education Adviser, Department for International Development (DFID). It aims to look at some practical and sensible lessons from the education response in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak, to help others as they face closures of education systems. This blog was originally published on the Global Partnership […]

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Possible ramifications of COVID-19 on the future of education delivery in Ghana

This blog was written by Timothy Dziedzom Amaglo-Mensah, lead of the Stay in School Initiative and originally published on the Return Ghana website on 8 April 2020. ”New Initiatives are vital to overcoming old ways of thinking that are now out of touch with the reality of dramatic conditions facing our continent.” Italian President Sergio […]

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