Disruption, Diversity, and Dynamic Developments in Rural Education During COVID-19
Major disruptions occurred in 2020 that impacted all aspects of our lives. For many, challenges and opportunities surrounding education were central with many sectors and individuals globally responding in diverse and dynamic ways. The variety of disruptions â€“ from fires, floods, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic â€“ resulted in unprecedented educational solidarity. Globally and across nations, jurisdictions learned from each other and provided support collectively. The international collection of papers within this issue brings examples from Canada, USA, China, and Australia that address several of these points.
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