[Survey] COVID-19 Evidence Gaps in Education in Emergencies

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Dubai Cares
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
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Research and Evidence
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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We want to hear from you! INEE and Dubai Cares invite you to take a survey on COVID-19 evidence gaps. 

COVID-19 is having an unprecedented impact on education systems around the world and is exacerbating existing challenges related to education and learning, especially in crisis contexts. This pandemic has highlighted the need for quality evidence to support emergency preparedness and response across education systems globally. 

Please take a short survey to tell us: What are your evidence needs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic? What research are you engaged in? And how can emerging evidence best be shared to support future policy and programming in response to COVID-19? 

Your inputs will inform INEE’s ongoing evidence work and will feed directly into the INEE Learning Agenda and INEE COVID-19 resource collection on Data & Evidence

The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete and will close on October 19th, 2020. 

Kindly complete the survey in the language of your choice:

We encourage you to share this survey with your colleagues and networks. We are seeking input from all EiE actors including practitioners, policy makers, donors etc.

To learn more about INEE’s COVID-19 response please see here, and check out INEE’s COVID-19 Data & Evidence Collection.

For questions or more information about this survey, please contact Sonja Anderson <sonja.anderson@inee.org>. Thank you in advance for contributing your time and expertise!