Schools in Mexico are closed due to the pandemic. Classes are now being broadcast on TV for state school students. There’s no interaction between students and teachers, and no one is making sure the kids actually pay attention.
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The United States plans to send several million doses of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine to Mexico and Canada, the White House said. Follow DW for the latest.
The COVID pandemic has hit Africa less severely than was initially feared. But the consequences of the crisis are huge: the economic slowdown has amplified social inequality, as limited access to vaccines dampens hopes.
A Zoom glitch left many US students and teachers unable to attend classes remotely for several hours on the first day of school. In Mexico, the government turned to television to broadcast classes across the country.
Germany is notorious for lagging behind in digitalization. Now, students have technical troubles as schools remain closed. But even countries with a better track record are having problems with remote learning.
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