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Traffic to Educational YouTube channels and Google Classroom during COVID-19 shows the stark Digital Divide between nations

This article is written by Vijay Siddharth Pillai, a recent graduate in Education and International Development from the University of Cambridge and a former Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellow (India). He currently works as an Education Consultant (Education in Emergencies) at the Ministry of Education in Afghanistan. This blog is part of a series from […]

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Sadia, a teacher in Abbottabad, Pakistan
Photo credit: Vicki Francis/Department for International Development

Stop. Pause. Reflect. Rethinking Teacher Engagement during Lockdown

This blog was written by Camilla H. Chaudhary and Aanya F. Niaz. Camilla is a PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and a member of CaNDER and the REAL Centre. Aanya is an Education Researcher and Advisor, who received her MSc in Comparative and International Education from the Department of Education […]

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Students of Tamil Nadu (India) watching state-owned ‘Kalvi Tholaikatchi’ (educational television)

Educational television during COVID-19: How to start and what to consider

This blog was written by Sharon Zacharia and Alex Twinomugisha, core members of the World Bank’s Global EdTech team. It was originally published on the World Bank Blogs site on 24 April 2020. Countries around the world have responded to coronavirus (COVID19) driven school closures by adopting remote learning approaches, with many deploying online learning […]

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