World Bank & Financial Times’ blog/essay writing competition 2022 for high school students

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Application Deadline: January 31, 2022.

Submissions is now been accepted for the fourth annual global blog writing competition, co-sponsored by the World Bank Group and the Financial Times.  The COVID-19 pandemic changed education for students and teachers everywhere.  Almost all schools had to close for months.  And ready or not, students – along with teachers and families – discovered that education was suddenly possible only through remote learning.

In many places schools have moved to reopen, sometimes through a combination of face-to-face classes and learning from home.  Everyone is now at some stage of getting back to normal – even if it’s a completely “new” normal.


What lessons have we learned to improve teaching and learning?

What insights from your experience during the COVID-19 pandemic do you think would improve education and learning? What should educators and policymakers do differently, including by leveraging technology and changing teaching methods?

The organizers invite you to enter this year’s fourth annual global blog writing competition, co-sponsored by the World Bank Group and the Financial Times. 

They are looking for your most inventive ideas, high-quality writing, and innovative solutions that would strengthen education going forward.

Send:

  • A strong blog or essay, no longer than 500 words.
  • Your name, age, school, email, and country you live in.
  • Optional: any photos, videos, visualizations that help support your story.

The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2022. Entries will be judged by a high-level panel of senior officials from the World Bank, Financial Times, and our partners.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the World Bank & Financial Times’ blog/essay writing competition 2022

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