COVID-19 Education News week June 8 – June 12

COVID-19 Education News week June 8 – June 12

COVID-19 Education News week June 8 – June 12 In this week’s education news overview: The report of the Education Council, which advises to invest in the following five points: Teachers and school leaders to tackle the teacher shortage as well, equal...
COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5

COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5

COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5 In this week’s education news overview: Secondary schools have now made contact with all students, including those who weren’t accessing online learning at the start of the pandemic.          National graduation day in...
COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5

COVID-19 Education news week May 25 – May 29

COVID-19 Education news week May 25 – May 29 In this week’s education news: School principals in Primary Education in the Netherlands expect minimal learning loss but have more concerns over reduced teaching capacity when schools fully open. Half of the...
COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5

Covid-19 Education News May 18 – May 22

Covid-19 Education News May 18 – May 22 In this week’s news: Primary schools in the Netherlands will open again for full classes on full days (conditionally) from 8 June, but a poll by CNV Education shows that 49% of the respondents are not pleased with the decision,...
COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5

COVID news May 11 – May 15

COVID news May 11 – May 15 In this week’s news: The first week of reopening of primary education in the Netherlands: 97% of head teachers are positive, however more than 10% of pupils were absent in 8% of the schools, while 5% of the schools lacked sufficient...
COVID-19 Education news week June 1– June 5

COVID- News May 4- May 8

COVID- News May 4- May 8 In this week’s news: opening schools with smaller groups: models for blended learning and research into the effectiveness of these models Reopening schools: priority for social-emotional development, assessing children’s learning progress, and...