As Covid-19 continues to rage on, teachers have found that online teaching is the safest way to deliver lessons but is it effective?
Lockdowns expose the digital divide in Africa where lack of access to online learning at home is impacting children’s education.
By Blog Site Manager
COVID-19 impacts children's education, especially girls in South Asia where one-third of all girls out of school in the developing world live.
On a global scale, the Covid-19 pandemic has proved the undeniable importance of technology in education. However, some countries are still not well-prepared for online learning.
Online education seems to be a good alternative during times of social distancing; however, technology challenges still need to be faced.
The COVID-19 has become an obstruction to millions of students’ access to education across the globe. During this time, it is crucial to turn our gaze to the importance of literacy.
Learn more about the impact of school-closures due to COVID-19 on students in Nigeria who do not have access to computers and other devices to continue learning remotely.
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