Widespread school closures have deep and lasting impacts on kids, affecting both long-term academic metrics and mental health, for example. But there are things educators and school leaders can do now, and plan for down the road, to keep kids academically engaged and emotionally connected to their school communities.
With schools closed in 185 countries, experts who’ve studied school emergencies around the world share insights about the impact on kids.
Read the full article here: What Past Education Emergencies Tell Us About Our Future | Edutopia
Recovery will take years, and other lessons from “education in emergencies” around the world: Coronavirus World School Closures Deepen | NPR