Insight: Education can provide hope for those hit by Covid-19 chaos
As level 5 restrictions take hold, online learning can help people who have suffered job losses and give them the tools to re-emerge in a post-coronavirus world with renewed confidence
Complying with nationwide restrictions doesn’t need to be a zero-sum game. At a time of great uncertainty, one of the few constants is education, and its benefits are undisputed.
As the country grapples with the reality of level 5 restrictions, the importance of educational initiatives has become much more pronounced as a means of ensuring that creativity is nurtured, minds are stimulated and futures shaped.
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