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One year after the coup, Myanmar children face learning, life loss: Jakarta Post contributor

The writer says the Myanmar people urgently need the international community and the UN humanitarian response.

Myanmar refugee children looking on at a camp in Nawphewlawl near the Myanmar-Thailand border in Kayin state on Feb 14, 2022. PHOTO: AFP
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JAKARTA (THE JAKARTA POST/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Globally, the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted traditional classroom education.

However, hybrid or online learning has been industrialised in many parts of the world, allowing professors and teachers to move away from traditional classroom teaching to this new arrangement.

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