Five lessons learnt from Bangladesh’s experience responding to COVID-19

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Written by OpenDevEd’s Tom Kaye, Md. Afzal Hossain Sarwar of a2i, and Iqbal Hossain from UNICEF. This blog was first published on 15th July 2020 as part of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and EdTech series on The EdTech Hub website under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0.

In recent months, the EdTech Hub has produced a range of documents to support and guide countries as they develop and implement plans to help students keep learning during school closures. Some of the work we have produced includes:

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Evidence for digital learning

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This post originally appeared here on 16th June 2016 under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0.

Back in April, I was asked the following question: What is the evidence that online education programmes (including the use of digital tools or apps) lead to measurable learning gains? The question was asked especially with regard to low- and middle-income countries.

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