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Practical Knowledge Tools to Build Resilient Education Systems (English)

The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic caused massive disruption in education systems around the world. Countries were forced to swiftly implement remote learning approaches at scale. What lessons have one learned, and can one use them as a launching pad for the new post-COVID-19 world? Does one have the knowledge to build resilient education systems that remain equitable, effective, and efficient amid future shocks? This interactive report contributes to answering these questions. It showcases the body of knowledge developed by the continuous and accelerated learning (CAL) program to support policymakers, researchers, and national and international organizations in the planning and implementation of plans to ensure learning continuity and acceleration. The report highlights knowledge tools developed under five lines of work: education technology (EdTech), remote formative assessment solutions, read@home, structured lesson plans, and technology for teaching (T4T).

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Practical Knowledge Tools to Build Resilient Education Systems (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/099055004282298680/P17425208b4ab00fb0bbcc01bf3419eecd5