Lessons learned from the period of quarantine and move to online learning have tended to be personal, or at most collated and reviewed at a local (school level). The OECD, through their global network, have collated and produced this report together with the Harvard Graduate School of Education which takes data from surveys in 59 countries (from senior government officials, education administrators, teachers and school administrators) and compares approaches and responses. The report revealed the huge “disparities in access to technology, connectivity and skills to engage with technology faced by students from different socioeconomic groups. Addressing such disparities must become a priority to fully integrate all students in a world where participation is increasingly mediated by access to technology”. We share the objective that the most effective and productive way to learn, especially in the current pandemic, is with a policy of one device to one child.