Covid-19 remote learning fiasco

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More than 19 million pupils and students were affected by the disruptions caused by the virus. Photo: Getty Images
More than 19 million pupils and students were affected by the disruptions caused by the virus. Photo: Getty Images

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report from Stats SA has revealed that only one in 10 education institutions offered the option of remote learning when schools and higher education institutions were closed to curb the spread of Covid-19 in 2020.

Only 5% of education institutions in Mpumalanga offered the option of remote learning.

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