Not all children have access to the digital technology required for home schooling during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Agence France-PresseNot all children have access to the digital technology required for home schooling during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Not all children have access to the digital technology required for home schooling during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
George Tarling
Opinion

Opinion

EdTalk by George Tarling

Why continued school suspensions will impact less privileged students the most

  • Students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds have faced the greatest challenges during school suspension – their needs were unsuited for the overnight switch to remote learning

Not all children have access to the digital technology required for home schooling during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Agence France-PresseNot all children have access to the digital technology required for home schooling during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Not all children have access to the digital technology required for home schooling during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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