CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
Public schools must limit how many days students can attend classes to comply with pandemic health rules. So what happens when school is not in session? Students are on their own.
As schools reopen, teachers are going on strike over their pay and ineffective measures to counter the coronavirus.
Without smartphones, computers or radios, public school pupils struggle to connect with their classes. Some may never catch up.
Study opportunities and barriers to education across the globe.
Photo by Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe
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