UNESCO COVID-19 Education issue notes

23/04/2020

More on UNESCO's COVID-19 Education Response

 

UNESCO Education Sector’s issue notes cover key topics related to the COVID-19 education response. They provide evidence of good practices, practical tips and links to important reference to mitigate the short and longer term impact of school closures.

The issue notes are prepared collectively by UNESCO education colleagues across the world and cover several topics under nine thematic areas, namely: Health and wellbeing; Continuity of learning and teaching; Gender equity and equality; Teaching and learning; Higher education and TVET; Education and culture; Education policy and planning; Vulnerable populations, as well as Global citizenship education and Education for sustainable development.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crisis-sensitive educational planning

Crisis-sensitive educational planning

Issue note 2.4

 

 

 

Adult learning and education and COVID-19

Adult learning and education and COVID-19

Issue note 2.6

 

 

 

 

 

TVET systems and labour markets

TVET systems and labour markets

Issue note 5.2

 

 

 

Harnessing culture in times of crise

Harnessing culture in times of crises

Issue note 6.1

 

How cities are utilizing the power of non-formal and informal learning to respond to the COVID-19 crisis

How cities are utilizing the power of non-formal and informal learning to respond to the COVID-19 crisis

Issue note 6.2

 

Harnessing culture in times of crises

School reopening

Issue note 7.1

 

 

 

 

UNESCO's International Institute for Educational Planning has also prepared a series of five documents, intended to support countries with advice on ensuring access to quality education during in the time of COVID-19.