Research regarding education during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Network for Children’s Rights created a targeted questionnaire, prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic that started in March 2020 and the fact that schools across the country stopped in-class lessons and switched to remote learning for the majority of the 2020-2021 school year. The purpose of the questionnaire was to collect data and communicate the findings that emerged upon completion of the research. 

The 3 questionnaires that were created were addressed to a) teachers, b) parents and c) the coordinators of refugee accommodation structures. Completion of the questionnaires was anonymous.  

The general intention of the research was to collect data that will allow for interventions through advocacy, targeted recommendations, and appropriate actions for all children, in order to fill any learning gaps and find solutions to other problems created by the pandemic.

Find here the summary and the results of the three questionnaires. 
Furthermore, Eurochild, of which NCR is a member uploaded the summary of our research here.