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Mar 23, 2020 2020-03-23

Digital Learning • Learning Support

Facilitating Continuity of Learning During COVID-19’s Disruption

As of March 17, 2020, 115 countries have announced or implemented school and university closures; 105 countries have shut schools nationwide, impacting almost 959.2 million children and youth; and a further 10 countries have implemented localized school closures to prevent or contain the spread of COVID-19. UNESCO has developed, and is maintaining, a map of learners affected by school closures caused by this global pandemic. In response to COVID-19’s effect on schools and education, the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) has developed a list of resources to support the provision of education in places affected by the virus, with particular focus on distance learning, alternative education, elearning, and psychosocial support.

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