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In-Person Educational Supports

For systems where schools are open for in-person education, what additional educational support is being offered to mitigate learning loss among students?

This graph displays additional academic supports to mitigate learning loss for schools that are open for in-person education. Data is displayed by regional level and grade level as of the last survey response
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Changes in School Day: The school day is extended, contracted, or otherwise adjusted to accommodate loss of schooling.
Changes in School Year Calendar: The school year calendar is extended, contracted, or otherwise adjusted to accommodate loss of schooling.
Additional Tutoring by Teachers: Tutoring offered as a support or remediation strategy by teachers to support available in-country learning options for vulnerable students.
Additional Tutoring by Volunteer/Non-Profit Organizations: Tutoring offered as a support or remediation strategy by volunteers to support available in-country learning options for vulnerable students.
Targeted Remedial Measures for Specific Groups: Interventions are offered as additional supports for targeted students or groups
Other: Other academic supports not listed above.

Remote Educational Supports

For those learning remotely, how is education provided?

This graph displays remote learning modalities at the regional level and grade level offered in each country as of the last survey response.
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Online Platforms: Education is provided through synchronous or asynchronous online platforms.
Television: Education is provided by broadcasting instruction through television programs or education-designated channels.
Radio: Education is provided by broadcasting instruction through radio.
Mobile Devices: Education is provided through cellular phones and/or tablets. 
Take Home Packages (paper-based): Education is provided by distributing take home curriculum packages to students.
Tutoring: Tutoring offered as a support or remediation strategy.

For additional definitions, please see our Methodology.

To cite this work, use the following: Johns Hopkins University, World Bank & UNICEF (2021). COVID-19 Global Education Recovery Tracker. Most recent survey responses are as of 9 May 2021. Baltimore, Washington DC, New York: JHU, World Bank, UNICEF.