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Full Report.Remote learning during COVID school closures in West Africa - 2 MB
This report describes the results from the second round of phone interviews with parents and guardians of Rising Academy Network (RAN) students in July–August 2021. The objective of this round was to understand how to adapt educational activities to ongoing and future school disruptions due to COVID–19. We collected data on enrollment, attendance, learning activities during school closures, and preferred remote learning tools from over 3,000 caregivers of students in 149 schools across Ghana, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Our sample consists of a mix of students from private and public schools, depending on RAN operations in each country. The results from this study can help education providers to better understand the impact of school closures on educational outcomes and to adapt remote learning strategies.
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