Latin American children lost almost two years of learning due to pandemic

Latin America and the Caribbean have experienced one of the most extended school closures in the world, and there are still students who have not returned to the classroom.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the World Bank, children who have returned to school in Latin America after the closures imposed by the pandemic have fallen behind by between one and 1.8 years.

Together with Unicef, Unesco, and the Latin American Dialogue, sounded the alarm . . .

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