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What is Hybrid Learning? How can countries get it right?

Hybrid learning has been essential as countries respond to COVID-19 Image: REUTERS/Amira Karaoud

Maria Barron

Research Analyst, The World Bank Group’s Education Global Practice

Maria Barron

Research Analyst, The World Bank Group’s Education Global Practice

Cristobal Cobo

Senior Education Specialist, World Bank

Cristobal Cobo

Senior Education Specialist, World Bank

Inaki Sanchez Ciarrusta

Analyst, EdTech, The World Bank

Inaki Sanchez Ciarrusta

Analyst, EdTech, The World Bank

Alberto Munoz-Najar

Consultant, World Bank's Global EdTech team

Alberto Munoz-Najar

Consultant, World Bank's Global EdTech team

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