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C. Neece; L. L. McIntyre; R. Fenning
Chan Liu; Lian Liu; Yu He (et al.)
Susanna Felsenstein; Christian Hedrich
Federico Marchetti; Claudia Guiducci; Barbara Bigucci
Rosanna Iannarella; Claudia Lattanzi; Giulia Cannata (et al.)
Paweł Stanicki; Julita Szarpak; Małgorzata Wieteska
Sunil S. Bhopal; Jayshree Bagaria; Bayanne Olabi (et al.)
Robert Spencer; Nak Hyun Choi; Keriann Potter (et al.)
Carolina Alban Conto; Spogmai Akseer; Thomas Dreesen; Akito Kamei; Suguru Mizunoya; Annika Rigole
While remote learning measures are essential for mitigating the short-term and long-term consequences of COVID-19 school closures, little is known about their impact on and effectiveness for learning.
This working paper contributes to filling this gap by: 1. Exploring how disrupted schooling may affect foundational learning skills, using data from MICS6 (Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys - round 6) in 2017–2019; 2. Examining how countries are delivering and monitoring remote learning based on data from the UNESCO-UNICEF-World Bank’s National Education Responses to COVID-19 School Closures survey; and 3. Presenting promising key practices for the effective delivery and monitoring of remote learning.
Ruth Link-Gelles; Amanda L. Della Grotta; Caitlin Molina (et al.)
Daniela Loconsole; Desirèe Caselli; Francesca Centrone (et al.)
Eri Susanto; Suyadi Suyadi
In response to the unprecedented educational challenges created by
school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 90 per cent of
countries have implemented some form of remote learning policy. This
factsheet estimates the potential reach of digital and
broadcast remote learning responses, finding that at least 463 million
students around the globe remain cut off from education, mainly due to a
lack of remote learning policies or lack of equipment needed for
learning at home. This data primarily stems from the UNESCO-UNICEF-World
Bank Survey on National Education Responses to COVID-19 School Closures
(June-July 2020), as well as household microdata from sources like
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS), Demographic and Health
Dyah Kanya Wati; Arya Krisna Manggala
Jay Saha; Pradip Chouhan
UNICEF Innocenti's Children and COVID-19 Library is a database collecting research from around the world on COVID-19 and its impacts on children and adolescents.
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