Episode 2

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15th Oct 2020

Crisis in Education

Covid-19 has had a profound impact on the education outcomes on millions of children across the world, following the unprecedented closure of schools. While the pandemic represents a larger shock to the education system for this generation, prior to it the world was living through a crisis in education. 

In this Episode, Suta engages with Dhruv Gupta on ways to counter these shocks. On matters regarding the future of education, Suta discusses with Shabana Rasij-Rasikh- an Afghan educator & women's rights champion,  and Yair Leibel, an Israeli who founded the International School of Peace for refugee children in Lesbos, Greece.  

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