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Forbes Article

Why We Need To Flip The Narrative That The Pandemic Has Damaged Education

Children out of school, months of lost learning and widening gaps between students: it’s become fashionable to see Covid-19 as having been a disaster for education.

 

But perhaps we need to flip the narrative and look at how education will benefit from the pandemic, opening more doors than it closed and providing an opportunity to take a leap forward in how we teach our children.

 

That quickly emerged as the theme of my recent conversation with an upbeat Dr Elise Ecoff, group education director of Nord Anglia Education, the world’s largest international schools group.

 

Click here to read the full Forbes article.

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