Impact of Covid-19 on education systems in Europe

Posted on 23/Apr/2020 by CHILD-UP team

The Eurydice network supports and facilitates European cooperation in the field of lifelong learning by providing information on education systems and policies in 38 countries and by producing studies on issues common to European education systems.

On April 20th, the network published a report concerning the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the European education systems. This analysis is split into 3 different school levels:

  1. early childhood education and care provision for children from birth through to compulsory primary education;
  2. Schools that fall under the ISCED 1-3 categories;
  3. Higher education institutions.

For more information and for country-specific notes, please visit the official Eurydice website here.

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