|COVID-19 and Distance Inclusive Education in Georgia ||The document represents a brief overview of the Report on "Distance Inclusive Education and Ways to Overcome them at Family and School Level" that was drafted based on the study of distance inclusive education’s challenges and the ways to overcome them, which involved 1406 parents of students with special educational needs and 718 teachers/school administrators. The above mentioned study was conducted with the support of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia.
The Report and present brief address the challenges in inclusive education system that were exacerbated by the restrictions (including, school closures) related to COVID-19. The documents also include main recommendations designed to solve the challenges in this field. ||21/12/2020||906KB|
|Save Our Education Report||Protect every child’s right to learn in the COVID-19 response and recovery
For the first time in human history, an entire global generation of children have had their education disrupted. In early April 2020, as the world tried to halt the spread of COVID-19, an estimated 1.6 billion learners globally were out of school. This is a global education crisis. It requires urgent global action. Save Our Education highlights the impact this pandemic will have on the poorest and most marginalised children. Our analysis suggests that almost 10 million children – likely a significant underestimate – are at risk of not returning to school.
On top of this, as governments shift spending towards the health and economic responses to the pandemic, education budgets are likely to come under extreme pressure. Our analysis estimates a potential education financing gap in low- and middle-income countries by the end of 2021 of $77 billion.
The world must act now to protect education. Drawing on global programme evidence – from Colombia to Bangladesh, and Ethiopia to Lebanon – this report sets out the action needed to keep education alive, prepare for school reopening, and to build back better. Because at the heart of the global recovery effort from the pandemic must be every child’s right to learn. ||10/09/2020||3MB|