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The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses
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The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses

Author/s: Eric A. Hanushek, Ludger Woessmann Published Date: 2020 Publication: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development The worldwide school closures in early 2020 led to losses in learning that will not easily be made up for even if schools quickly return to their prior performance levels. These losses will have...
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A framework to guide an education response to the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020
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A framework to guide an education response to the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020

Developing an education strategy during the coronavirus crisis The result of a joint OECD-Harvard Graduate School of Education rapid assessment of education responses to the coronavirus pandemic in almost 100 countries, this report provides policy makers with a framework to develop plans to ensure disruptions to education are minimised during...
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Educational Research and Innovation: Back to the Future of Education – FOUR OECD SCENARIOS FOR SCHOOLING
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Educational Research and Innovation: Back to the Future of Education – FOUR OECD SCENARIOS FOR SCHOOLING

2020, this evocative year of hindsight and foresight, has humbled us with a global shock: the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been reminded that, despite the best laid plans, the truth is that the future likes to surprise us. To prepare our education systems for what may come, we have to...
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The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses (OECD – Eric A. Hanushek & Ludger Woessmann, September 2020)
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The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses (OECD – Eric A. Hanushek & Ludger Woessmann, September 2020)

The worldwide school closures in early 2020 led to losses in learning that will not easily be made up for even if schools quickly return to their prior performance levels. These losses will have lasting economic impacts both on the affected students and on each nation unless they are effectively...
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How can teachers and school systems respond to the COVID-19 pandemic?
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How can teachers and school systems respond to the COVID-19 pandemic?

  By Andreas Schleicher Director, OECD Directorate for Education and Skills As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, so do the risks we face. The COVID-19 pandemic. Has not stopped at national borders, and affected people regardless of nationality, level of education, income or gender. But that has not been true...
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Webinar: Covid-19 and the Dental Practice
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Webinar: Covid-19 and the Dental Practice

  Dr. Willian Cheung (Hong Kong) in conjunction with the International College of Dentists presents on the impact of Covid-19 and the Dental Practice.  Please pre-register and join via Zoom on Wednesday August 12th @ 9:30pm MYT. Meeting ID: 813 1437 7166 Password: 003991
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How to understand the us immigration and customs enforcement on international students in us universities
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How to understand the us immigration and customs enforcement on international students in us universities

About the Speaker Maka Hutson practices immigration law at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in Dallas, TX. Before law school, she served as a student and scholar advisor at a major research university for seven years. She has experience practicing all aspects of immigration law, including business immigration,...
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FWE launches a webinar series on global education with world leaders.
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FWE launches a webinar series on global education with world leaders.

How will the global pandemic shape the future of education? On June 30th at 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4), the Forum for World Education (FWE) will return to the global audience with the launch of its first webinar series in 2020. The initial offering, titled, “Education Disrupted, Education Rebuilt...
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Setting out on your adventurous journey with courage and confidence:
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Setting out on your adventurous journey with courage and confidence:

Setting out on your adventurous journey with courage and confidence: Editor’s note: The graduates of 2020 at Beijing Royal School experienced a special graduation season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Aiming to provide a comprehensive education that cultivates the intellectual talents, train future leaders with moral integrity and prepare students...
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A Global Vision Essential for Education
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A Global Vision Essential for Education

An Interview with Mr. Guangfa Wang, Co-founder of FWE and Principal of Beijing Royal School At a recent online interview, Mr. Guangfa Wang, Co-founder of FWE and Principal of Beijing Royal School shared his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities in international education, the reform and innovation in the training...
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Coronavirus Pandemic – Young Leader A. Diallo – NBC Interview
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Coronavirus Pandemic – Young Leader A. Diallo – NBC Interview

Coronavirus Pandemic - Young Leader A. Diallo - NBC Interview
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Global MediXChange for Combatting COVID-19 (GMCC): The Experience from China
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Global MediXChange for Combatting COVID-19 (GMCC): The Experience from China

Join on Tuesday, 28 April at 3:00 pm (EAT) / 8:00 am (EST)
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COVID-19 is a health crisis. So why is health education missing from schoolwork?
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COVID-19 is a health crisis. So why is health education missing from schoolwork?

Nearly all the world’s students—a full 90 percent of them—have now been impacted by COVID-19 related school closures. There are 188 countries in the world that have closed schools and universities due to the novel coronavirus pandemic as of early April. The world has never before seen this scale of education disruption. In...
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COVID-19 and school closures: What can countries learn from past emergencies?
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COVID-19 and school closures: What can countries learn from past emergencies?

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, and across every state in the U.S., school systems are shutting their doors. To date, the education community has largely focused on the different strategies to continue schooling, including lively discussions on the role of education technology versus distribution of printed paper...
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Quality Education for all during Covid-19
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Quality Education for all during Covid-19

Students, their parents, and educators around the world are feeling the extraordinary ripple effect of the novel coronavirus as schools are shutting down and quarantine methods are being ordered to cope with the global pandemic. While governments and health officials are doing their best slowing down the outbreak, global education systems...
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The strategy and development of International Education: Coping with the challeng of COVID-19 Pandemic.
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The strategy and development of International Education: Coping with the challeng of COVID-19 Pandemic.

Global experts discussed and analyze of the challenges and opportunities on international education during COVID-19.
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9 ways coronavirus could reshape American higher education
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9 ways coronavirus could reshape American higher education

College enrollment was already declining pre-pandemic, and the earnings advantage of a bachelor's degree has begun to lessen, too. In a recession or even depression, some students will stay in school longer to avoid a barren jobs market, but others may decide the costs and risks of college are simply too great.
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