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

The coronavirus lockdown highlighted and reinforced the education gap. Some rural areas in Slovenia do not have access to stable connections. Many students did not have the equipment at home to log in to class, or their parents might be essential workers, unable to watch them during the day to ensure they sign in for school or help them study.

Civil society organisations are impacted by the uncertainty concerning COVID-19, making the continuation of their work and activities with children more difficult due to all the precautionary measures.

Read the country profile and the full report.




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