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Theme: COVID-19 and Education

News: IITE and partners in action

UNESCO rallies international organizations, civil society and private sector partners in a broad Coalition to ensure #LearningNeverStops

31 March 2020

At a time of when 87% of the world’s student population is affected by COVID-19 school closures, UNESCO is launching a global education coalition to support countries in scaling up their best… Read more UNESCO rallies international organizations, civil society and private sector partners in a broad Coalition to ensure #LearningNeverStops

News: IITE and partners in action

1.37 billion students now home as COVID-19 school closures expand, ministers scale up multimedia approaches to ensure learning continuity

30 March 2020

As school closures impact nearly 80% of the world’s student population, UNESCO on 23 March convened an online meeting of an ad hoc group of education ministers who shared information… Read more 1.37 billion students now home as COVID-19 school closures expand, ministers scale up multimedia approaches to ensure learning continuity

Publications

Handbook on Facilitating Flexible Learning during Educational Disruption

16 March 2020

The Handbook provides recommendations on organizing flexible learning in emergencies and presents the Chinese experience in maintaining undisrupted learning in the COVID-19 outbreak. This publication can help educators, researchers, and practitioners solve their challenges and organize their work in emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more Handbook on Facilitating Flexible Learning during Educational Disruption