COVID-19: Education risks becoming ‘greatest divider’

Now entering its third year, the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to hold back some 405 million school children worlwide from a full return to the classroom, according to a new report released on Wednesday by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Colombia Will Receive US$ 750 Million for Equitable, Green Growth and US$ 80 Million to Strengthen Education

Promoting Colombia’s equitable, sustainable economic recovery and supporting government efforts to improve learning in the education sector are the main objectives of two loans approved today by the World Bank's Board of Directors.

Protect linguistic diversity on International Mother Language Day

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Students and participants of the Miyotl Learn an Indigenous Language project...

COVID:19 Scale of education loss ‘nearly insurmountable’, warns UNICEF

More than 635 million students remain affected by full or partial school closures. On the International Day of Education and as the COVID-19 pandemic nears its two-year mark, UNICEF shares the latest available data on the impact of the pandemic on...

Schoolchildren worldwide have lost 1.8 trillion hours and counting of in-person learning due to COVID-19 lockdowns, says UNICEF


Around 2 in 3 children are still out of the classroom in Latin America and the Caribbean

Laura, 6, sits in a classroom on her first day back to in-person classes since the beginning of the COVID-19...

Schools still closed for nearly 77 million students 18 months into pandemic

Ágata Melo, 8, does school activities at her home in Vigia, in the northern Brazilian state of Pará, in the Amazon region.

Indonesia: After 18 months of school closures, children must safely resume face-to-face learning as soon as possible – UNICEF/WHO

urhikmah, 12, attends class at SDN (elementary school) 01 Setu in East Jakarta, Indonesia, on 6 September 2021. Nurhikmah...