How can we continue to educate youths safely during COVID-19?

Youths have been out of school for a very long time, has anyone thought of or have seen any unique ways to safely educate the youths? 

Question asked on 07/28/20 @ 12:15pm

Use of Digital technology platforms will provide an opportunity for children & youths to keep learning, take part in play and keep in touch with their friends.  - Monday Olu Ilelanwo July 29, 2020 1
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Response posted on 07/29/20 @ 5:00pm
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Response posted on 07/30/20 @ 2:56am
Young people most affected by school closure have been children in disadvanatged, hard-to-reach areas whose parents can not afford the high cost of ingternet services and tech devices that will enable them to benefit from online/distance learning.

To this end, The Sustainability Hub is working to design environmental education classes for children in these disasvantaged communties so as to:
1. Engage them meaningfully during this period, away from social vices which are prevalent.
2. Familiarise them with environmental/climate changeeducation for them to develop the values and motivation for sustainable environmental management as they grow.
3. Exposse them to the endless psssbilities pf green jobs and how they can from now engage in economically productive ventures that can help support their schooling to augment whattever their parents provide.

We are open to support and collaborations o make this happen.

Together, we keep working for a healthy planet and people!
Response posted on 08/04/20 @ 6:00am
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, millions of children have been out of school and learning nothing. The new normal for most developed countries is eLearning. The bad news is, those over millions of kids who are out of school are from some developing nations which have poor technology to meet the new normal. Here the best way, there should be all health protocols pit in place to protect those kids and schools should report for face to face. 

Recommendations for developing countries who can't go virtually with learning:
1. Reduce the students' capacity in each classroom. 
2. Create more class sessions to accept everyone back to school.
3. Every student should wear on their nose mask on campus, over the social distancing, do temperatures testing,
4. Build a health policy and have first AIM clinical attention on campus.

I believe those recommendations can be used to allow us to live COVID-19 and go back to normal. 
Response posted on 08/04/20 @ 11:47am
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