The challenges faced by immigrant and refugee children are exacerbated by the coronavirus crisis. A holistic education approach is needed to support them.
Students with special education needs are particularly impacted by school closures. Schools and organisations are mobilising to help them during lockdown.
Many Roma children struggled to access education before the coronavirus crisis. A holistic approach is needed to ensure they don’t fall further behind now.
History tells us young people are vulnerable during economic downturns – how can we boost their employment prospects in the wake of the coronavirus crisis?
The relationship between education and social issues like mental health and domestic violence may be making lockdown harder on some.
Social distancing, enhanced cleaning, hygiene products and training for teachers and students will be needed as schools return from coronavirus closures.