RESTRUCTURiNG EDUCATiON FOR REFUGEES iN A POST-PANDEMiC WORLD
The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the education sector to reconsider conventional methods of teaching. As many shift to online learning during school closures and lockdowns, concerns of accessibility are raised. This essay explores the impact of technology-dependent learning for young refugees that face greater barriers within online learning.
There is no doubt that the COVID- 19 pandemic has created a disconnect between students and their education. With global closures of schools, universities, and related institutions, students around the world are experiencing knowledge gaps to various degrees. Although classes have resumed in many countries, education has been largely inaccessible for a particular group- even before the pandemic...
Author: Karen Kan