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4 ways COVID-19 could change how we educate future generations

Alice, 5, watches a video sent by school as she studies at home with her father during a lockdown in Santo Andre, Brazil. Image: REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

Poornima Luthra

Founder and Chief Consultant , TalentED Consultancy ApS, and External Faculty at Copenhagen Business School.

Sandy Mackenzie

Director, Copenhagen International School

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