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Our aim with this page is to provide you with a range of Coronavirus News articles, with a special emphasis on Coronavirus updates on education and how you can best support your learners, staff and yourself during the Coronavirus crisis.

This is a dedicated page that is regularly updated with Coronavirus articles, press releases and announcements with Coronavirus updates on education to help you help your learners, students, your team and staff during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Coronavirus or Covid-19 is believed to have started in Wuhan, the Capital of Hubei province in China in December 2019 and rapidly spread across the World. Covid_19 or Coronavirus was confirmed as a pandemic by the World Health organisation on the 11th March 2020. The virus and it’s devasting health and economic impact has rapidly spread across the World, so this has resulted in multiple announcements and we wanted to pool together our range of Coronavirus Education news articles to help you keep up to date to keep you, your students and teams safe.

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FE News wanted to help in anyway we can, we are not medical or viral specialist, but we do have a huge community of education experts, particularly education strategists and EdTech specialists who have shared their knowledge and expertise to help you during the CoronaCrisis to help your learners with new strategies from moving from the physical classroom to an online education model during self isolation to combat the spread of the Coronavirus. We have Coronavirus Articles on how to help your teams in self-isolation to still be productive and deliver training and learning to your students during the crisis.

As the Coronavirus has progressed rapidly across the globe, so have the announcements from Government, support packages for individuals, for staff, for businesses and schools and colleges.

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So we thought it would be helpful to put together a dedicated page with all of our Coronavirus Education news articles, announcements and thought leadership articles to help you understand the latest developments, from school and college closures, to removing exams at the end of the year, to Government support packages for your staff, freelancers and self-employed in response to the Coronavirus.  There are a range of announcements and Coronavirus updates on education, including expert analysis on the Government support packages in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

We also have Coronavirus articles written by experts to support you during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Experts sharing their knowledge and experience and how they delivered different online learning platforms, with articles ranging from what Hong Kong learnt to deliver Online Education to their students in response to Covid-19 to how UK FE Colleges developed a whole new approach from classroom based learning to online education delivery for students in self isolation within a seven day period in our Coronavirus Education news section.

We have articles, advice and guidance by thought leaders to help you provide learners with online education support during these unprecedented times and uninterrupted online education delivery to your learners, but also how to support your staff and their health and wellbeing during the Coronavirus pandemic, whilst they are in self isolation due to Government measures to reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

We also have the latest Coronavirus updates on education and how this is being changed, defined and how you can adapt your training and learner delivery to provide an uninterrupted learner experience.

As the pandemic passes, we will endeavor to find the positives on how we all can move forward together to adopt EdTech technology to improve the learner experience in a post-Coronavirus World, or what we have learnt about flexible learning and home working as a result of self-isolation measures to combat the spread of Coronavirus and how this can be of benefit to reducing carbon or giving more flexibility to learners and staff after the Covid-19 pandemic has passed.

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