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For the Week of  May 22–29, 2020

This week’s International Education News is focused on how education systems world-wide are addressing the challenge of distance learning, school reopenings and added supports for certain student groups in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Canada May Expand Federal Funding for Childcare, as Part of Economic Restart

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Switzerland Concerned About Coronavirus Impact on Apprenticeships

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New South Wales Will Assess Students’ Progress During Distance Learning

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Japan to Provide Grants to Disadvantaged Tertiary Students Amid Pandemic Job Losses

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Amid Backlash from Teachers, Likely Delays for June 1 Reopening of English Schools

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