In a report that will come as no surprise to many people, the Dynata’s Global Consumer Trends: Economy Edition report, when analysing the impact of Covid-19 on the education sector across nine countries, confirmed that women have been taking on “the bulk of responsibility for remote learning across the globe”. In an Edtechnology article “75% of women with children between 5–10 years old report being responsible for their child’s remote learning”, versus 55% of men. In terms of expectation of children returning to school (survey done in September) three-quarters of those with school-age children reported that their child was “back in the classroom full-time”. However, this leaves a significant 25% of children away from school. In the UK alone, according to the Guardian “400,000 UK earners were not attending school”. With many countries not having managed to reduce the increasing number of people being infected, the pandemic is still not going away and consequently education will remain affected for many months to come. Governments are still trying to address the technical gap for many children, but this process is proving slow, and impacted by the scramble to provide a device, especially for disadvantaged children.