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The pandemic has disrupted education for nearly 1.3 billion students worldwide. The dominant alternative model for education has been tethered to internet access and broadcast stations. But what happens to children who live in households without access to technology or an internet connection? We're going to Kenya to find out.
In this episode:
Catherine Soi (@C_SOI), Al Jazeera journalist in Nairobi, Kenya; Justin Sandefur (@JustinSandefur), a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development; and Evelyn Jepkemei (@Jepkemei), educational advisor at World University Service of Canada.
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