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How COVID-19 deepens the digital education divide in India

A girl, who has missed her online classes due to a lack of internet facilities, listens to pre-recorded lessons over loudspeakers in the western state of Maharashtra Image: REUTERS/Prashant Waydande

Sushma Modi

Consultant, World Bank

Ronika Postaria

Student, University College London

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