CEO of Room to Read believes adapting to the demands of COVID-19 must not make the world short-sighted about the long-term future of education.
As COVID-19 changes the landscape of education worldwide, it’s also important to ensure that the consequences of the pandemic do not make us short-sighted about the future of learning, according to an education expert who participated in a Qatar Foundation global discussion about the way ahead for learning.
“We have to continue to remind ourselves that the norm — or whatever is going to be normal — is not going to be constant for quite some time and everything that we do now will likely have applications beyond the pandemic” — Dr. Geetha Murali …..
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