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20 May 2020
Child in the city reported that UNICEF recently published guidelines called a roadmap towards the safe opening of the schools worldwide offering practical advice to national and local authorities on how to keep pupils, students and staff safe when...
15 May 2020
Though the #StillLearningcampaing, offered tools and activities during coronavirus, one billion children were stuck at home owing to closures. Now, as days are passing more and more schools reopen all around the world and share their strategies of...
15 May 2020
The National Children’s Bureau in Northern Ireland has published an article to generate critical debate on the reopening of schools after lockdown. The Ministerial Foreword of the Northern Ireland Executive’s Coronavirus Executive Approach to...
12 May 2020
According to new government guidelines, childminders, nurseries and schools can reopen from 1 June. The guidelines include advice and plans for re-opening, including: vulnerable children and children of key workers should return to school from 13 ...
10 May 2020
Opening outdoor schools may be a solution for socially distanced education in Scotland.  The outdoors has already been part of the Scottish curriculum and has proved to work efficiently. Now, more and more educators and policymakers consider it a...
06 May 2020
The article goes about those important people who are working generally for us in the background. These people and their significant jobs and roles are rarely mentioned, though their services are important during the crisis. They are working on the...
05 May 2020
Remote education is difficult to adapt for schools and the most essential to meet students’ needs and make education as simple as possible. Please find below some suggestions from the various school solutions: Designing activities that are...
17 Apr 2020
In an article published in The New York Times, children of all ages were asked about their home learning experiences. Each child chose words or created a drawing to express their feelings. Some of them love the feeling of being free and spending...
16 Apr 2020
Conditions in Greek refugee camps are not adequate for teaching, and hampering factors such as exploitation and abuse of unaccompanied boys and girls make it even more difficult. Today, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even harder for...
14 Apr 2020
In a post in the Litera online diary, the president of the InDaHouse Hungary Association, Fruzsina Benkő speaks about what led to her resignation from her job at a youth club and founding of InDaHouse Hungary, a volunteer program that has been...

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