research product . literature

Education in the Post-Pandemic Era: Indigenous Children and Youth

Cherubini, Lorenzo;
English
  • Publisher: Scholarship@Western (Western University)
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis resulted in more than 100 countries legislating school closures in March 2020. In response, provincial ministries and their respective publicly funded school boards have implemented online learning platforms to avoid disruptions to student learning. For students already ostracized in public education, on-line learning may serve to further embed them in the proverbial margins. This editorial speaks to the urgency for educators at all levels to prepare for the potentially devastating outcomes on Indigenous student learning and progress in post-pandemic public schools and classrooms. The preparation for these realities has to be both im...
Subjects
free text keywords: Sciences Humaines et Sociales, Social Sciences and Humanities, Indigenous education, Indigenous student learning, post-pandemic, COVID-19, digital divide, online learning
Communities
Social Science and Humanities
COVID-19
Download from
Érudit
literature
Provider: Érudit
Any information missing or wrong?Report an Issue