Publication year: 2022
Internet Resource: Please Login to download book
One of the first academic comparative studies of the educational impact of the pandemic, the book explains how the interruption of in person instruction and the variable efficacy of alternative forms of education caused learning loss and disengagement with learning, especially for disadvantaged students. Other direct and indirect impacts of the pandemic diminished the ability of families to support children and youth in their education. For students, as well as for teachers and school staff, these included the economic shocks experienced by families, in some cases leading to food insecurity and in many more causing stress and anxiety and impacting mental health.
Subject: Education, International and Comparative Education, Educational Policy and Politics, Alternative Education, Study and Learning Skills, Administration, Organization and Leadership, Education and Covid-19, Educational Inequality, Education Disruption, Education Policy, Education Technology, Comparative Education, Remote learning, Schooling during a pandemic, post-pandemic educational policies, Homeschooling during Pendemic, Education in the times of Covid-19