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Published Jul 15, 2020
Editorial Office Best Evidence of Chinese Education

Abstract

SINCE the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, all schools have been forced to suspend classes. Chinese schools impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic started “School is Out, But Class is On” in universities, middle and elementary schools as early as the spring semester of 2020, and launched the world’s largest online education. To study and summarize the current teaching and education status of the COVID-19 pandemic timely, Best Evidence of Chinese Education actively contacted Chinese educators and professionals to write for the issue of “School is Out, But Class is On” of the journal. After the publication of the special issue on the “School is Out, But Class is On” in March, 2020, it has received great attention from education peers around the world. Educational researchers in some countries have written to the journal and authors to express their interests in hoping to learn more about the implementation of “School is Out, But Class is On” in Chinese schools.

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Keywords

COVID-19

References
How to Cite
Best Evidence of Chinese Education, E. O. (2020). COVID-19 and Education: World’s Issue. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 5(2), I. https://doi.org/10.15354/bece.20.ed009
Section
Editorial