Schools Response to Public Health Crisis in Serbia, Kazakhstan and Romania - Comparative Report July 2021

Comparative report, July 2021

The 2020 global public health crisis, declared as a pandemic in early March by the World Health Organization, has caused considerable changes in human life, society and the economies around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has endangered people’s health globally, and with the introduction of anti-pandemic measures, restructuring of various systems such as the health care, economic and educational systems took place.

Bearing this in mind, the research has been designed and conducted in Serbia, Romania and Kazakhstan in order to address the impact of the global pandemic on the education sector in selected countries – a sector traditionally based on instruction, and all other accompanying activities carried out in face-to-face contact.

Centre for Education Policy & Network of Education Policy Centers

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