Thursday, March 11, 2021

HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 12/3/2021.

 

HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 12/3/2021.

HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 12/3/2021.

Introduction

The COVID-19 pandemic is overwhelming the functioning and outcomes of education systems—some of which were already stressed in many respects. this is often true across the planet and affects all children, though to differing degrees counting on multiple factors—including the country/region where they live, also as their ages, family backgrounds, and degree of access to some “substitute” educational opportunities during the pandemic. In early spring because the pandemic was hitting its first peak, the virus consigned nearly all of over 55 million U.S. school children under the age of 18 to staying in their homes, with 1.4 billion out of faculty or child care across the world (NCES 2019a; U.S. Bureau of the Census 2019; Cluver et al. 2020). Not only did these children lack daily access to high school and therefore the basic supports schools provide for several students, but they also lost out on group activities, team sports, and recreational options like pools and playgrounds.


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IMPORTANT LINK TO WATCH TODAY HOME LEARNING VIDEO:: 

COVID-19 & Education Webinar: Join us Wednesday for a discussion on this report, including opening remarks from Randi Weingarten, the president of the 1.7 million-member American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, about the state of COVID-19 and education and what must be done now to support educators and mitigate the damage to student performance, especially the foremost vulnerable children.

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