Month: August 2020

Violence

A Double Pandemic: The Rise of Domestic Violence in the Age of COVID-19

Countries worldwide have imposed stringent lockdown protocols to contain the coronavirus, and though these restrictions are keeping people safe, they’ve also drastically increased the risks correlated with domestic violence. The situation makes the home a dangerous place for specific people, including women, children, and LGBTQ+ individuals. Data from an established Massachusetts hospital shows the dramatic …

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How COVID-19 Is Changing How We Go to Classrooms

The ongoing pandemic is beginning to reconfigure how teachers exercise their profession and how students learn. The impact of COVID-19 to educational institutions covering both formal and non-formal education deep and widespread. A UNESCO study revealed that at least 60 percent of the world’s student population is affected mainly due to government restrictions and localized …

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Building a Better Homeschooling System for Your Child

Schools and educational institutions are one of the many sectors of society affected by the pandemic. Based on the monitoring of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), around 134 countries are implementing nationwide closures, and 38 have localized closures dependent on the number of infection cases. That has led to almost 60% …

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