This study provides information and data on the vulnerabilities of different countries, communities and families. The authors suggest several protocols to deal with privacy issues for an efficient school-family communciation in pandemic times.
"Nearly 85% of PISA-participant countries organized online educational programs during the COVID-19 pandemic (UNESCO 2020a). On the other hand, only 36% of residents of lower-middle income countries have internet access (Vegas, 2020) and, in order to provide instructional content or educational support, many countries used both traditional media for distance teaching and learning – such as radio, TV and regular mail – combined with more modern virtual platforms to include video conferencing tools, such as Twitch, Meet, Teams, Zoom or others In April of 2020, close to 90% of high-income countries were providing remote learning opportunities, close to 60% were using online platforms, and almost 35% distributed educational videos online (TWB, 2020).
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