In the wake of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, most countries have gone into lockdown to slow down rates of infection: from one day to the next, countries have closed all schools and training programs. All education and training actors had to adapt to a new reality overnight.
In this article, the European Training Foundation (ETF), the European Union agency supporting 29 countries outside EU in their lifelong learning policies and education and training systems, shares insights on learning during the pandemic and pitches not for online education to be the change, but for learning to be at the center of improvements……………………..
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