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How should schools respond to COVID-19?

This blog was written by Rt Hon Charles Clarke, consultant on education reform. Charles established the Education World Forum which is one of the largest gatherings of Education Ministers in the world. This blog was published on the Cambridge University Press website on 29 May 2020. The impact of COVID-19 COVID-19 has impacted the education […]

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A three year education recovery plan is needed to protect the recent progress and prevent setting back children’s education due to the pandemic’s impact. PHOTO: RASHED SUMON

Post-Corona “New Normal” in Schools

This article was written by Dr Manzoor Ahmed, professor emeritus at Brac University and Vice-chair of CAMPE. It was originally published in the Bangladesh Daily Star on 31 May 2020. 15 percent of national budget must go to education recovery We have to talk about the post-corona time, even though Bangladesh has not reached the […]

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Are students still learning during COVID-19? Formative assessment can provide the answer

This blog was written by Julia Liberman, Operations Officer and EdTech Fellow; Victoria Levin, Senior Economist; and Diego Luna-Bazaldua, Education Specialist from the World Bank. It was originally published on the World Bank Blogs site on 27 April 2020. As schools around the world have closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic (and many have extended […]

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Parental Perceptions and Parental Involvement in Children’s Education in Rural India: Lessons for the Current COVID-19 Crisis

This blog was written by Laura Cashman, Doctoral Student, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge; Dr. Suman Bhattacharjea, Director of ASER Centre; and Dr. Ricardo Sabates, Reader in Education at the University of Cambridge and member of the REAL Centre. It was originally published on the PAL Network website on 16 April 2020. Studies show […]

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