There's no easy way to transition entire classes, schools, and curriculums online and switch to remote teaching. Across Europe we've witnessed challenges from government indecision to technological shortcomings.
But for all the reports of systems not working and children's education being below par, there are millions of teachers and parents around the world working hard to make the best of a tough situation.
We spoke to Elise Ecoff, the group education director for Nord Anglia Schools – a network of 69 private schools across 29 countries, teaching 67,000 students – about some of the challenges the pandemic has posed for the international school system, as well as her tips for learning success at home.
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