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Estonia - Country Profile on the European Semester and COVID-19 crisis

The Estonian government reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic in a positive way, especially considering that it supported families as a whole first and foremost. Nonetheless, there was a need to better support children’s mental health and to reinforce support services in the education system in order to provide more systematic support for pupils in need and children left out of school.

Read the country profile and the full report.




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