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  • The International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030
  • 2020
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Regional Virtual Meeting for Latin America and the Caribbean Region - COVID-19 education crisis - Supporting teachers in distance learning and on school reopening

Under the auspices of the Teacher Task Force (TTF), a regional meeting for members from the Latin America and the Caribbean region was held to discuss countries’ challenges and national responses in relation to teachers in the use of distance education and for the return to school. The meeting brought together a combination of country level perspectives and those from international organizations operating in the region.

The speakers represented Teacher Task Force members and non-members from Barbados, Colombia, Guyana, Jamaica, Paraguay and Peru. Representatives from the Regional Committee of the International Education in Latin America, the School of Education at the University of West Indies, and from Regional UNESCO offices and the TTF also participated to provide a regional and civil society perspective.