Beyond COVID-19: What Can Countries Do to Address the Learning Loss Caused by the Pandemic?
Addressing the learning loss caused by the difficulty of education provision during the COVID-19 pandemic will be a key challenge faced by the world for the coming decades. G20 governments and partners must focus their efforts on promoting and strengthening cost and time-effective pedagogical strategies, leveraging comprehensive access technologies and providing alternatives when necessary, identifying curricular priorities, adapting teacher training programs, giving special attention to groups of greater vulnerability, leveraging the private sector, generating intersectoral articulation, strengthening cooperation with families and communities and internationally, and using monitoring and evaluation. These measures will contribute to reducing the economic and social consequences of educational losses in G20 countries and beyond.
Recommended citation: Zacarias, I., Carrasco, R., Farías, M., Pershad, D., Dingus, D., Ridge, N., & Erfurth, M. (2021). Beyond COVID-19: What can Countries do to address the learning loss caused by the pandemic? [Policy Brief]. Think20 Italy. https://www.t20italy.org/2021/09/20/beyond-covid-19-what-can-countries-do-to-address-the-learning-loss-caused-by-the-pandemic/