April 27, 2020

In light of the closure of schools across the country due to the Coronavirus pandemic, The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre in partnership with NESG, drew on its recognised competence in research and education landscape mapping to contribute to the knowledge base on education provision in emergency contexts, by identifying and mapping education interventions that are being implemented in Nigeria during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Consequently, a survey was conducted to map and report the responses of various stakeholders in the education sector to the Coronavirus pandemic to understand learning innovations currently being implemented to enable children learn while at home. Further, the survey facilitated ascertaining how students and parents are engaging with these learning innovations and the efficacy of the interventions. Data from this survey will feed into a public report that will be available to the public and serve as a reference for education innovations during emergency situations.