In-person education supports

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. (see notes below)

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

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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.

Notes about this data

For additional definitions, please see our Methodology.

Citation

Johns Hopkins University, World Bank & UNICEF (2021). COVID-19 Global Education Recovery Tracker. Last updated as of . Accessed on . Baltimore, Washington DC, New York: JHU, World Bank, UNICEF.