Only half of the Schools Worldwide resumed classroom learning, teaching: Report
| Education Jagat - 16 Oct 2021

Nineteen months after the COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures worldwide, only half of the schools across the globe have resumed classroom teaching and learning while around 34 percent of schools are relying on mixed or hybrid instruction mode, according to the COVID-19 Global Education Recovery Tracker.
 The tracker has been jointly created by Johns Hopkins University, the World Bank, and UNICEF to assist countries’ decision-making by tracking reopening and COVID-19 recovery planning efforts in more than 200 countries.
  According to the tracked data, 80 percent of schools worldwide are in regular sessions. Out of those, 54 percent are back to in-person instruction, 34 percent are relying on mixed or hybrid instruction while 10 percent continue remote instruction and 2 percent offer no instruction at all.
While the tracker noted that only 53 percent of countries are prioritizing vaccinating teachers, the World Bank has recommended that countries should no longer wait to get their population or school staff fully vaccinated before reopening schools.
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