COVID-19’s impact on jobs and education: using data to cushion the blow

Data can help determine safe school reopening plans and a return to work. Image: Unsplash/UX Indonesia

Jerica Isabel L. Reyes

Global Shapers, Manila Hub, Philippines

Veronica Renee Carlos

Global Shapers, Manila Hub, Philippines

Johnathan Watkins

PILAR Research Network, London, United Kingdom

Jimuel Celeste Jr.

Department of Computer Science, University of the Philippines Diliman


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