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Saudi minister highlights ‘huge’ strains on global education as G-20 tackles pandemic – The Washington Post

Leaders attending the two-day summit in Saudi Arabia represent nations that lead the world in the rate of infections.




No one expected that 1.6 billion students will be outside of schools, said Hamad al-Sheikh. No education system in the world had expected that they will face a prolonged time where students are staying at home in lockdowns.
Leaders attending the summit represent nations that top the world in the rate of infections, including the United States, India, Brazil and France.
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