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  Education, the Public, Private and Third Sectors, Youth Groups and Volunteers come together to respond to COVID in Europe and the Mediterranean COVID has shown us how urgent the need is for communities to become more resilient in responding to societal transitions. The six months following the introduction of coronavirus on European soil were a test of true ingenuity as millions of educators, from pre-K to graduate school, scrambled to continue fulfilling their teaching mandates when schools closed and social distancing was imposed, beginning with Italy and soon spreading throughout the continent. School systems were forced into a non-existent “Plan B” – warranting a desperate reboot of teaching and learning, and leaving teachers on their own to figure out how to continue teaching in light of the pandemic-induced school closures - no true teacher wants to see their students disengaged from learning or left behind. They started teaching from home via distance learning. They rushed t

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