Return to Learning during COVID-19

When learners return to the classroom, many will have been out of school or training for several months. To respond to this disruption, it is critical to re-engage learners, including those who dropped out, and to address educational disparities faced by the most marginalized. Countries will need to navigate learner progression and adapt learning so that learners receive essential instructional content. They may implement catch-up programs and continue distance learning as part of remedial education efforts. This will be done alongside new infection prevention and control measures, while ensuring the psychosocial wellbeing of learners and educators.

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Policy Document


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US Agency for International Development (USAID)


Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Teaching and Learning