Monday, April 22, 2024

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Schools and colleges closed due to COVID-19 lockdown

Need to open schools: Need to give back the childhood our kids deserve

Efforts should be made to bring life back to schools. Measures should be taken to provide a safe and healthy environment to kids in the school.

The child right under COVID-19 crisis

After the lockdown and shutting of schools, most children are deprived of education. The shift of education on online-based created inequality among poor children and rich children.

Celebrating visibility of children following yearlong invisibility from schools

As the schools return to life, we must take precautions and fight the invisible corona not to ever return and celebrate our children’s uninterrupted learning as visibly as we can.

Do schools inject Corona virus?

When beetle shops, markets, malls, factories to political rallies are open and active, why is the government procrastinating on opening educational institutions?

Increasing learning gap

The narrowing of distance between school, home and community is a welcome step and needs to continue even after schools reopen.

The pandemic is a stumbling block in the fight to ensure literacy: But, what next?

Every minute of delay in correcting or implementing solutions for this situation will probably make a child leave education forever.

Does contingency/continuity plans are meant for businesses only

The current chaos was controllable to a certain extent with little preparation from Schools' side. We understand the applicability of “Easy to say, but hard to do” here. But that shouldn’t be cited as an excuse to escape.

Pandemic and the changed education

Online class is obviously an alternative during this pandemic period but how much learning is happening in students is questionable and the authorities are not looking in that part.

The pandemic disrupting the future of millions of underprivileged children

Our focus is on the children in rural India’s government schools which serve the educational aspirations for economically disadvantaged families.

Online education is farce; time to move beyond textbook education and make it practical

The new way of online education seems an imposed burden not only on students and parents but also on teachers. It is ruining mental and physical health (to an extent) of students and teachers with increased screentime.

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