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Reaching the vulnerable in the context of Covid-19

This blog was written by Dr Anna Riggall, Head of Research at Education Development Trust. This article was originally published on the Education Development Trust website. In the context of Covid-19-related disruption to education systems all over the world, it is crucially important to ensure that the most vulnerable pupils are protected. Girls, children with […]

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We need new ideas to ensure education responses to Covid-19 don’t harm those marginalized

This blog was written by Manos Antoninis, Director of the Global Education Monitoring Report, the independent annual report published by UNESCO, monitoring progress towards the education targets in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework. In 2020, the GEM Report will also specifically address inclusion in education, drawing attention to all those excluded from education, because […]

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Equity-Focused Approaches to Learning Loss during COVID-19

This blog was written by Karen Mundy, Professor of Comparative and International Education, University of Toronto and Susannah Hares, Co-Director of Education Policy and Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Global Development. It was originally published on the Center for Global Development website on 16 April 2020. With an estimated 91.3 percent or 1.57 […]

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How are countries addressing the Covid-19 challenges in education? A snapshot of policy measures

This blog was written by Gwang-Chol Chang and Satoko Yano, UNESCO’s Section of Education Policy. It was originally published on the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report website on 24 March 2020. Close to 80% of the world’s student population – 1.3 billion children and youth – is affected by school closures in 138 countries. Taken […]

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Creating an inclusive school environment: displaced populations

This blog was based on the introduction by Psyche Kennett to the new British Council book ‘Creating an Inclusive School Environment’. The blog was written by Deborah Bullock, Freelance ELT consultant, writer and editor, and highlights some key activities taking place around the world to address inclusion when working with displaced populations. Why a focus […]

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