Enable continuous access to education for children, youth, and teachers around the world and drive improved learning outcomes through high-quality, portable education to support their entry into other education or opportunity pathways, including formal education
The Learning Passport platform has undergone rapid expansion to facilitate country-level curriculum for children and youth whose schools have been forced to close due to COVID-19. The platform will also provide key resources to teachers and educators.
Developed by @UNICEF with @Microsoft and partners, the #LearningPassport helps ensure refugees and youth across the world can continue their education and learn skills anytime, anywhere. Join us this #WorldRefugeeDay in supporting education #ForEveryChild: https://t.co/WiHFDjNv7H pic.twitter.com/ioIrekQSnU— UNICEF USA (@UNICEFUSA) June 18, 2021
He has a velvet voice and mesmerising lyrics.— UNICEF ZIMBABWE (@UNICEFZIMBABWE) June 16, 2021
For @jahprayzah #EveryChild deserves to learn anytime, anywhere with the #LearningPassport.
The star musician was excited to compose this song for @UNICEF🇿🇼. Sing🎼 along to the beautiful track🎹.
In April 2020 @UNICEF + @Microsoft launched the #LearningPassport to help address the global education crisis— Robert Jenkins (@RobertG_Jenkins) April 22, 2021
1⃣year later, the Learning Passport is enabling continuous access to quality education in 🔟 countries empowering teachers, students & caregivershttps://t.co/E1T9cr5zmw
🦠The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted family life. 🚫School closures, 💻working remotely, physical distancing — it’s a lot to navigate for parents in Lao PDR👫🏻🇱🇦.— UNICEF Lao PDR (@UNICEFLaos) May 6, 2021
📥Download the MoES Teaching & Learning Platform Khang Panya Lao to help keep your children learning at home📚. pic.twitter.com/LW1EITNXls