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How African countries can reform education to get ahead after pandemic school closures

By Noam Angrist, Executive Director, Young 1ove, Fellow, University of Oxford
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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a historic shock to education, shuttering schools for over 1.6 billion children worldwide. This shock will worsen a pre-existing “learning crisis” in which many students in school were learning very little. The World Bank estimates that the percentage of children who are unable to read a simple sentence by age 10 could rise from…

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