Distance Learning Resources

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Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve see a global surge in sharing distance learning resources. For example, here is one from UNESCO and another from HundrED.

We liked this article from Karen Mundy and Susannah Hares, highlighting that marginalised children (especially girls) could be left behind their more privileged peers.

We are inspired to see how the whole social sector – both nonprofits and funders – are working to respond quickly in this time of great need and uncertainty. In a global context, here is an example from India and here is one in Africa.

For child-appropriate creative resources check out this article on picture books to explain coronavirus – “My Hero is You” an excellent example.