History is above the whiteboard, the title of the lesson in the middle, the tree of elements and their varieties occupy every inch of them in different bright colors; the flag is fluttering, the bell is next to it, and the questions from the teacher are prompted by immediate reactions;and his passing between the rows to make sure that everything is well.
This elongated stereotype of schools around the world was absent as soon as March 2020;
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UNESCO has published a number of general indicators on the impact of the “Covid-19” virus on the disruption of study in the countries of the world, affecting 80% of the world’s students, about 1.37 billion students after the closure of their local schools and the forced isolation in Their homes fear the epidemic, prompting their governments to find solutions across the distance learning system and pushing young people, their families and teachers to adapt to it.
With 3 out of 4 students around the world missing learning due to the epidemic, nearly 60 million teachers from 138 countries meet outside their classrooms; UNESCO has considered an international coalition to support distance learning and share its experiences for more psychological, moral and technical adjustment of societies with that challenge in education.
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