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Manual/Handbook/Guide

Guidance notes on reopening schools in the context of COVID-19 for ministries of education in Latin America and the Caribbean

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
World Food Programme (WFP)
Published
English

These regional guidance notes aim to provide ministries of education and school management in LAC countries with recommendations and technical inputs for the planning, preparation and implementation of safe reopening of schools.

Safe Back to School: Re-opening after COVID-19 Donor Brief

Published by
IASC Global Education Cluster
Published
English

National standards and regulations for reopening, whether on required WASH facilities, personal protective equipment, physical distancing or school health measures, might have a considerable impact on learning if not properly resourced. Without those resources, education providers may be faced with a hard choice.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

COVID-19 Pathways for the Return to Learning: Guidance on Condensing a Curriculum

Published by
Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG)
Published
English

The goal of this document is to assist Ministries of Education (MoEs), district offices, curriculum developers, and implementing partners in developing a condensed curriculum for primary school or guiding practitioners to do so. 

Assessment

COVID-19 Needs Assessments - Education Findings: Schools Closures and Distance Learning

Published by
Save the Children
Published
English

21 needs assessment reports from 14 country offices were analysed for education-related findings. Most assessments conducted to date have been multi-sectoral, with a focus on the impact of COVID-19 on children and families. Given the scale of school closures, the impact on children’s learning and wellbeing is a common thread throughout the assessments.

Presentation

Catching Up on Lost Learning Part 1: Applying Accelerated Approaches in Response to COVID-19

Published by
Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG)
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published
English

In this webinar panelists provided an overview of relevant definitions related to alternative education, key recommendations in light of COVID-19, and practical examples from multiple settings.The discussion focused on education options while highlighting new guidance from the AEWG.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

COVID-19: Pathways for the Return to Learning

Published by
Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG)
Published
English

As education systems start to reopen and support students to return, four responses are most relevant in the return to learning: extended instructional time, catch-up programmes, remedial education, and accelerated education programmes. These programmes increase the amount of instructional time, provide additional support, or prioritise learning outcomes to help learners get back on track

Report

The Futures of Education in emergencies and protracted crises

Published by
NORRAG
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
Published
English

On 17 July 2020, a group of 35 experts from across policy, practice and academia engaged in an online consultation to discuss the Futures of Education in emergencies (EiE) and protracted crises. The report of the event will be submitted to the International Commission on the Futures of Education for its consideration.

Social Emotional Learning Distance Learning Activity Pack

Published by
Save the Children
Published
English

This pack of activities is intended to support distance learning opportunities for children who are currently out of school and have no, or limited, access to quality education. These materials can also be used as a compliment to formal or non-formal education where social emotional learning (SEL) is not adequately covered by the curriculum.