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The collateral damage to kids’s education throughout lockdown

The civilian casualties to children’s education throughout lockdown Per Engzell, Arun Frey, Mark Verhagen School closures have been a typical tool in the battle against COVID-19. Yet, their expenses and advantages remain mostly unidentified. This column approximates the ‘learning loss’ that occurred when Dutch schools closed for eight weeks, using …

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