Data on the impact of COVID 19 on Parental Engagement across 23 countries

Published: 22 December 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/kvvdgvs8zs.2
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Yui-yip Lau,
Elma Barahona,
Adil Anwar Bhatti,
Godfried Caesar Ofoe,
Leví Astul Castro Ordóñez,
Artemio Arturo Cortez Ochoa,
Rafael Ángel Espinoza Pizarro,
Esther Fonseca Aguilar,
Maria Magdalena Isac,
K.V. Dhanapala,
Kalyan Kumar Kameshwara,
Ysrael Alberto Martínez Contreras,
Geberew Tulu Mekonnen,
José Fernando Mejía,
Catalina Miranda,
Shehe Abdalla Moh'd,
Ricardo Morales Ulloa,
Kayon Morgan K,
Lee Morgan T.,
Sara Mori,
Forti Ebenezah Nde,
Silvia Panzavolta,
Lluís Parcerisa,
Carla Leticia Paz,
Oscar Picardo,
Carolina  Piñeros,
Pablo Rivera-Vargas,
Alessia Rosa,
Lina Maria Saldarriaga,
Adrián Silveira Aberastury,
YM Tang,
Kyoko Taniguchi,
Ernesto Treviño,
Carolina Valladares Celis,
Cristóbal Villalobos,
Dan Zhao,
Allison Zionts

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This data article demonstrates on the impact of International Covid 19 on parental engagement study (ICIPES) investigated the ways in which parents and caregivers are building capacity to engage with children’s learning during the period of social distancing arising from global Covid-19 pandemic. The online survey was conducted in 23 countries across the world. Using a random sample method, a sample size of 4658 parents/caregivers was surveyed from 23 countries. The data were obtained via a semi-structured questionnaire.

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