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No school, hard knocks: developing-world students hit hard

No school, hard knocks: developing-world students hit hard

Update: 2020-07-165
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For many of the 1.5bn pupils affected by school closures, fewer lessons just means more labour—or worse. That spells a lifetime of lost earnings, and lost childhoods. Executive pay has long been in the spotlight, but the pandemic may at last spur some pay cuts. And why Cartagena, the “pearl of the Caribbean”, doesn’t want its old tourism industry back. 

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No school, hard knocks: developing-world students hit hard

No school, hard knocks: developing-world students hit hard