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Noam Angrist; Peter Bergman; Moitshepi Matsheng
Rebecca Winthrop; Mahsa Ershadi; Noam Angrist (et al.)
When schools closed in Botswana on March 23, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, education administrators, teachers, and ultimately parents were faced with difficult decisions about how to help children continue learning without setting foot inside a classroom. In-person classes returned on June 17, 2020, though a second school closure occurred for two weeks beginning July 30 in greater Gaborone. Like almost all the other 189 countries that closed their schools, the education community in Botswana had to rapidly pivot to remote learning strategies. Policymakers, school leaders, educators and education nonprofits quickly began to innovate with new ways of helping children learn. Television and radio lessons are just some of the ways the Botswana government and its partners attempted to reach children.
Noam Angrist; Peter Bergman; Caton Brewster (et al.)
Thabile A. Samboma
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