Domino Effect of Pandemic on Students

  • Prerna Navani
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  • Prerna Navani

    Student at Amity Law School Noida, Amity University, India

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, schools suspended face-to-face learning, raising worries about the impact on students' learning. There has been a scarcity of data to examine this subject so far. In my research, I have tried to examine and explain through this paper the impact of school closures on student performance in elementary and secondary schools. The effect is the same as one-fifth of a school year, which is the time when schools were shut down. Losses are up to 60% higher among students from low-income families, underscoring concerns about the pandemic's uneven impact on children and families. The data suggest that students made little or no progress while learning at home, and that losses are likely to be substantially worse in nations with less developed infrastructure or longer school closures.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 2335 - 2342


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