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The sudden explosion in distance learning because of COVID-19 has been positive in some areas and challenging in others - but how will it be incorporated in education going forward? Focus takes a look at the background to e-learning and - and how it's working now for students, educators and adults.
During the first wave of the global coronavirus pandemic, 1.5 billion students across 160 countries worldwide were forced to study at home.
Children are becoming more out of touch with how their food is produced.
Geography tells the stories of people and planet. But which stories are told - and who is chosen to tell them?
Students need to learn that it’s ‘cool’ to be environmentally-friendly, says Blue Peter's Konnie Huq.
They've lost months of classroom time due to the coronavirus pandemic. With their backpacks, hand sanitizer – and for many, mandatory face coverings – millions of children have returned to their classrooms in France and Belgium.
Anxious about how your child will cope with going back to school? Euronews spoke to a paediatrician and a psychotherapist to see how you can help make the transition safer and smoother.
New research found strong correlation between IQ and access to nature across all socio-economic groups.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the world is facing a "generational catastrophe that could waste untold human potential, undermine decades of progress, and exacerbate entrenched inequalities."
Huawei's DigiTrucks are helping to bridge the digital divide by providing learners with skills, knowledge and positive attitudes for handling computer devices
There are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide, using more than 300 different sign languages, according to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD).
The UAE’s e-learning programme, which has been in place since March, will come to an end with the resumption of the academic year on August 30, according to the Ministry of Education.
According to the World Bank, more than 103 million students in the Middle East and North Africa region have been unable to attend school since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
It's easy to feel anxious about the state of the environment but this course is fighting that feeling with education.
Parents are trying out this radical new form of education, which puts the environment at the centre of learning.
Romania's schools have been shut since March 11 and pupils in rural parts of the country lack access to the internet.