Supporting children to learn during forced school closures: Lessons from Read Liberia

In Liberia, as elsewhere around the world, recent school closures disrupted learning for all students. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated pre-existing education inequality, especially disadvantaging girls, students with disabilities, people living in extreme poverty, and other marginalized groups. For Read Liberia’s technical team, the recent pandemic was a catalyst for innovation. The project quickly adapted to a new virtual implementation model to continue trainings, community engagement, and teacher instructional coaching. Read this brief to learn more about what the Activity did to ensure Liberia's students continued to learn during the pandemic.