According to the Bank’s website, the knowledge and support TA will generate rapid research to: (i) measure the magnitude of learning losses, (ii) characterize and analyze responses by school systems, households, and other actors to limit losses during the pandemic, and (iii) test ways to address losses when schools return to in-person instruction. Given that schools in developing Asia are already in the process of reopening, it is imperative that solutions are quickly presented to policy makers to recover learning losses.
David Anthony Raitzer
Economist- Asian Development Bank
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