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Education in the age of COVID-19 is discussed on Q&A

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This week, Q+A tackles Education in the Age of COVID.

Students and teachers are seeing the biggest disruption to our education system in generations. The debate over when to ease restrictions and re-open schools and universities is fraught, with different messages coming from State and Federal governments.

What’s the long-term impact of remote learning? What strategies could see teachers and students returned safely to schools?  How will our beleaguered tertiary sector recover? And has the pandemic made existing inequities even starker? 

Joining Hamish live on the panel:

Nick Coatsworth, Deputy Chief Medical Officer

Lisa Jackson Pulver, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Sydney

Mark Scott, Secretary, NSW Department of Education

Lian Davies, Principal, Whittlesea Secondary College

With a live cross to:

Dan Tehan, Minister for Education

Q+A is simulcast LIVE around the country on ABC TV, ABC iview and ABC NEWS on radio.  ABC Australia also broadcasts Q+A in to Asia and the Pacific.

Members of the public can:

Register to be part of the Q+A LIVE studio audience at: abc.net.au/qanda

Submit questions for the panel, also at: abc.net.au/qanda

Contribute to the discussion via Q+A’s Twitter highlights feed, using #qanda

Submit live questions via Twitter using #qanda and @qanda

Follow @qanda on Twitter to receive first-hand updates about the program and panel members.

Q+A is also live streamed on Facebook, Periscope, YouTube and available on the Q+A website.  Viewers can watch the program on Periscope through Twitter while following or joining the Twitter conversation.

*live streaming locally at:

SA 8.05pm; NT 8.05pm; WA 6.35pm

Q+A: Monday 27 April at 9.35pm AEST on ABC and iview

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