A Report by Education Without Backpacks

We are sharing Education Without Backpacks's report entitled Distance Learning Around the World and in Bulgaria: Chronology and Solutions for the Digitally Excluded Students (Currently available only in Bulgarian). This is the first report of Education Without Backpacks in a series related to the measures that countries have taken or are taking in the field of education in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Some of the data in the report comes from the Center for Global Development, UNESCO, Education International, the OECD, the Institute for Educational Research and the World Bank, while the rest is collected from conversations with teachers around the world and publications in the media. The report was prepared by Ivan Gospodinov - a teacher of German language and philosophy at SoftUni Svetlina.

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