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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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