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Published 08.06.2020 16:45
How the Amazon region, hardest-hit by coronavirus, resumed lessons with classrooms closed
When the coronavirus reached the country, Amazonas has become one of the hardest-hit regions. It was crucial to close schools to stop the pandemic. Within less than a week after the official decision to suspend in-person classes, students were able to resume their schooling. Even though this enormous, jungle-flanked state was poorly prepared for the virus, it already had enough TV lessons for students in all grade levels and subjects, including math, social studies, and science.
Lockdown,
Published 28.05.2020 18:18
In Russia, various edtech online platforms are supporting the country’s education system.
Online platforms such as Russian online school, Yandex.textbook, Teach.ru and Yaklass. They are available for teachers, pupils and parents during the pandemic. The Ministry of Education has compiled a list of recommended resources. Some IT companies such as Mail.ru and Yandex provide access to their platforms for online learning.
Lockdown,
Published 08.05.2020 15:43
In South Africa, the government has announced that pupils will start to return to school in phases from the 6th of May to the 15th of July 2020.
Schools have been closed in South Africa since late March. To account for the time lost the government has also announced that there will be no June school exams. The time will be used for teaching. Grade 12s will write preparatory exams in September. The rest will write a reworked…
Inclusion,
Published 27.04.2020 13:14
In France, TV and radio broadcast educational content for teachers, students and families.
The campaign is called ‘Operation Nation Aprenante’ (“Learning Nation” Operation). It was launched by the Ministry of Education and Youth. The television and radio stations participating are France Télévisions, Radio France and Arte. France closed all schools and universities on March 16 and they will gradually reopen after almost two…
Lockdown,
Published 27.04.2020 13:07
In Namibia, school teachers have been directed to create WhatsApp groups to upload lessons for students in public schools.
The Namibian Ministry of Education has directed teachers to start uploading lessons onto WhatsApp for parents to download and teach their children at home during the country’s lockdown. Concerns have been raised about whether students have Internet access and the devices needed to access the materials. The Ministry says special…

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