Autor(es): Alejo, Anna; Naguib, Karimah; Yao, Haogen
Pages: 17 p. + 4 p. + 6 p. + 5 p.
- ENGLISH (Main report)
- ENGLISH (Advocacy brief)
- ENGLISH (Brief: Eastern and Southern Africa)
- ENGLISH (Brief: West and Central Africa)
- ENGLISH (Brief: Middle East and North Africa)
- ENGLISH (Brief: Europe and Central Asia)
- ENGLISH (Brief: East Asia and Pacific)
- ENGLISH (Brief: South Asia)
- ENGLISH (Latin America and the Caribbean)
- ENGLISH (Mission: Recovering Education in Humanitarian Settings)
- FRANÇAIS (Résumé: Afrique de l’Ouest et centrale)
- ESPAÑOL (Informe: América Latina y el Caribe)
- ARABIC (Middle East and North Africa)
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, resulting in disruptions to education at an unprecedented scale. In response to the urgent need to recover learning losses, countries worldwide have taken RAPID actions to: Reach every child and keep them in school; Assess learning levels regularly; Prioritize teaching the fundamentals; Increase the efficiency of instruction; and Develop psychosocial health and wellbeing. Marking three years since the onset of the pandemic, this report looks back at policy measures taken during school closures and reopening based on country survey data, initiatives implemented by countries and regions to recover and accelerate learning, and their emerging lessons within each RAPID action. With schools now reopened worldwide, this report also looks ahead to longer-term education transformation, offering policy recommendations to build more resilient, effective and equitable education systems.