About 1.53 billion learners globally are presently affected because of the Coronavirus, which is a startling ~88 per cent of total enrolled learners. This pretty much cuts down the gains countries had made towards achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 – the internationally agreed goal on providing a quality, inclusive and equitable education to all.
Closure of schools and universities can have adverse social and economic effects on nations, governments, educators and the most important stakeholders in the education system – the learners. From interrupted learning to social isolation and increasing dropout rates – the effects of closing educational institutions, particularly on learners is extremely high……….………………
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