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Policy Document

Weighing up the risks: School closure and reopening under COVID-19

Published by
Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published
English

A policy paper from The Alliance and INEE calls on governments to do holistic analysis of the impact on the wellbeing of children and young people, with a focus on the impact on educational outcomes and the child protection risks that are engendered by school closures.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

CP-EiE Collaboration Framework - Checklist for Reopening Schools

Published by
IASC Global Education Cluster
Published
English
French
Spanish

This checklist proposes steps for CP and Education sectors to take as schools prepare to re-open to ensure a coordinated response for children returning to school.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Inclusive approaches to drop out and retention in low-resource settings

Published by
United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID)
Published
English

This guidance note shares lessons learned from DFID’s Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC)3 programme on retention systems that work to provide visibility and support to marginalised girls in challenging contexts who are at risk of drop out from education.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Guidelines for Schools and Learning Facilities Reopening after COVID-19 Pandemic Closures

Published
English

The Federal Ministry of Education have developed a Nigeria Education Sector COVID-19 Response Strategy to guide and systemize this response. The strategy sets out the framework for comprehensive and coordinated actions to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic’s immediate, medium, and long-term impact on the nation’s education sector.

Report

Save Our Education: Protect every child’s right to learn in the COVID-19 response and recovery

Published by
Save the Children
Published
English

New analysis in this global report shows how COVID-19 may impact the funding of education, as well as the countries most at risk of falling behind. It also highlights the change we want to see for children and our recommendations for governments and the international community so we can keep learning alive, support every child to return to school and build back for better learning.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Guidance Note 5: Return to School

Published
English
French

This guidance is part of a series to support you during the Covid-19 crisis

Journal Article

Collective impacts on a global education emergency: The power of network response

Published
English

This article refects on the immediate challenges of continuing education in humanitarian contexts and on the experience of INEE as a network supporting collective action of EiE practitioners. It also looks forward at INEE’s plans to support quality distance education and issues to consider on the reopening of schools. It concludes with refections on the needs and risks for EiE longer term

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Reunite, Renew, and Thrive: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Roadmap for Reopening School

Published
English

More than 40 organizations have come together to produce this roadmap to support the return to school with equity-focused SEL strategies centered on relationships and built on the existing strengths of a school community. Schools can use these four SEL Critical Practices to foster the competencies and learning environments that students and adults need to reunite, renew, and thrive.

Report

Education Under Attack 2020

Published by
Global Coalition to Protection Education from Attack (GCPEA)
Published
Arabic
English
French
Spanish

Education under Attack 2020 documents attacks on education in situations of armed conflict and insecurity between January 1, 2017, and December 31, 2019. Each of the 37 countries profiled in Education under Attack 2020 experienced at least ten reported attacks on education or military use of educational facilities in 2017 and 2018, the first two years of the period covered.