Ramification of Coronavirus on Right to Education: A Relative Study of Brazil, India and USA

  • Kaynat Fatima
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  • Kaynat Fatima

    LLM Student at Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur, India

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Covid has impacted the world and shaken the education system of all the countries. As majority of governments around the globe have announced the national wide lockdown and closed educational institute for making attempt to comprise unfold of the pandemic. As a consequence of it students from kindergarten to post graduations are affected. Around 1.5 billion students across the globe were stuck in the home unaware about their future studies. This has promoted rethinking among experts about the conventional learning and to explore the substitute approach toward learning. It promoted the growth of education sectors through distant learning and online learning platforms. But pandemic also lead to layoff of school and college staff and tremendous increase in the number dropouts students. Pandemic has also highlighted the issue of lack of infrastructure for online learning like computers, internet access which stood as challenge in distant and online learning. This research article enfolds the relative analysis of the effect of pandemic on the Right to education in developing and developed countries which are mostly affected by pandemic like USA, India and Brazil. It also highlights major issues faced by students and teachers during lockdown, post lockdown problems like strategies of designing curriculum, retrieving lost learning when students will return to schools.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 92 - 105

DOI: http://doi.one/10.1732/IJLMH.26743

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