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Learning in the Time of COVID

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How much can you really learn virtually? The pandemic has worsened inequalities and put tremendous pressure on students, parents, and teachers, and left millions of kids at risk of dropping out of school. Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy and Sabina Bhatia, Deputy Secretary of the IMF talk about the challenges for students and education systems, the pros and cons of virtual learning, and the impact on our societies. http://ow.ly/vWme50BOKyI #NewEcon #IMFMeetings

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How much can you really learn virtually? The pandemic has worsened inequalities and put tremendous pressure on students, parents, and teachers, and left millions of kids at risk of dropping out of school. Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy and Sabina Bhatia, Deputy Secretary of the IMF talk about the challenges for students and education systems, the pros and cons of virtual learning, and the impact on our societies. http://ow.ly/vWme50BOKyI #NewEcon #IMFMeetings Learning in the Time of COVID

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