Live tutoring calls did not improve learning during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sierra Leone☆

Frequently, schools face unexpected closures due to events such as disease outbreaks or natural disasters, upsetting the educational environment.

Research indicates that remote learning in low-income countries with limited internet connectivity generally relies on passive mediums like television or radio, restricting educator-student contact.

A COVID-19 pandemic randomized controlled trial in Sierra Leone examined the effectiveness of live tutoring calls as an adjunct to radio-based training.

Image courtesy of interviewee. November 11, 2023

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