In addition to figuring out how to balance work and family and missing our students like crazy, many of us feel like we’re going it alone without our colleagues...
Research has also shown that tiredness can be caused by psychological states, such as stress and anxiety.
The global coronavirus pandemic has created a new reality marked by grief and loss.
Deprived of the in-person presence of teachers, parents have to do everything for a group of kids who want nothing to do with them.
Reopening schools carries the public health risk of viral resurgence. Parents and teachers are understandably wary. How can education systems respond?
and using these lessons to plan for school reopning after COVID-19
Ending school closures has clear benefits for children’s education and mental health—not to mention their parents’ well-being—but scientists disagree about the risks.
Moves by countries to reopen schools that were shut to prevent the spread of coronavirus could risk a second wave of infections, some studies suggest.
Even if comparisons are limited by cultural and social differences, learning from the successes of countries that have kept schools running is helpful.
The COVID 19 pandemic has had an impact on just about every aspect of life around the world, with education being one of the hardest-hit sectors. The pandemic has...
A look at some countries and provinces that have reopened schools so far.
Learn how students in the affected countries keep learning and stay positive in times of uncertainty.
UNESCO advice on effective strategies to anticipate and prepare for school reopening.
Teaching children positive preventive measures, talking with them about their fears, and giving them a sense of some control over their risk of infection can help reduce anxiety.
Here are five big and lasting issues and opportunities that we anticipate will surface once school starts again.
One of the world’s leading educationalists outlines 17 points that may have been overlooked by system-leaders in the rush to react to coronavirus.
From schools setting coursework online to office staff working from home, the internet is the answer to many coronavirus lockdown problems. But what about the billions of people who...
In Africa, about 297 million learners have been affected by school closures due to COVID-19.
More than 1.5 billion children and young people have been affected by school closures worldwide. Many are online now taking classes and socialising.
Teachers’ wellbeing is not only a vital outcome in itself, it is a means to other vital outcomes, such as students’ learning and wellbeing.
How can educational systems across the globe, and international donor-funded education projects, continue ongoing education for students amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic?
With every crisis comes deep challenges and opportunities for transformation.
This article highlights the stories of American citizens who have opted to stay in Africa during this period of the global Coronavirus pandemic.
Education's giant online education experiment is going to accelerate changes that were already in play.