Source : ADEA
UNESCO Dakar in collaboration with ADEA and other partners across 48 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa have launched a survey for early childhood education (ECE) personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey aims to collect data on how early childhood teachers, teaching assistants, early childhood centres and school directors and principals are responding to the strains of the pandemic, understand the needs of the early childhood education personnel and learn how to support them.
The findings of the survey will be employed to shed greater light on the situations and needs of the ECE sector and its workforce to respond to children’s education and well-being needs during times of crisis. The Early Childhood Development task team within the RCG4-WCA plans to host a webinar to present and discuss findings with regional stakeholders and will publish a policy brief to unpack key findings.
The survey will be online until June 25th and is available in English, French, and Portuguese.