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What have we learnt? Overview of findings from a survey of ministries of education on national responses to COVID-19

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Event type: Webinar

Related research: Education

events04 November 2020
time15:00 - 16:30 CET
Webinar #8 - What have we learnt? Overview of findings from a survey of ministries of education on national responses to COVID-19
As part of the coordinated global education response to the COVID-19 pandemic, UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Bank have conducted a survey on National Education Responses to COVID-19 School Closures. In this webinar the results from this data collection will be showcased, sharing the lessons learnt from government responses to school closures from pre-primary to secondary education.

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Mathieu Brossard
Chief of Education

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Dita Nugroho

UNICEF Innocenti

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