Deadline: 1 April 2023.
Three years after the arrival of COVID-19, educators and governments are still grappling with the pandemic’s aftermath. They are working to make up the crucial time lost during COVID-related closures, to position students for successful lives.
The future doesn’t have to be dark. There’s still time to recover learning losses and put a generation of students on track to thrive in the jobs of the future.
The World Bank and Financial Times invite 16-19 year old’s to enter their 5th annual blog writing competition. This year’s entries must focus on experiences with post-COVID education and ideas for the way forward.
How is your country’s education system recovering from learning losses of the COVID-19 pandemic, and what more can it do to prepare young people for the jobs of the future?
- Participants must be enrolled in high school or a version of secondary education and should be between the ages of 16-19 years at the time of submission.
- Entries can be submitted in English, French, Spanish and Arabic.
- The winning entries will be published in English.
- There is no fee payable to enter the competition.
Deadline: 01 April 2023