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Schools as a Safety-net: The Impact of School Closures and Reopenings on Rates of Reporting of Violence Against Children (preprint)

@inproceedings{Clarke2022SchoolsAA,
  title={Schools as a Safety-net: The Impact of School Closures and Reopenings on Rates of Reporting of Violence Against Children (preprint)},
  author={Damian Clarke and Pilar Larroulet and Daniel Pailanir and Daniel Quintana},
  year={2022}
}
Ongoing school closures and gradual reopenings have been occurring since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. One substantial cost of school closure is breakdown in channels of reporting of violence against children, in which schools play a considerable role. There is, however, little evidence documenting how widespread such a breakdown in reporting of violence against children has been, and scant evidence exists about potential recovery in reporting as schools re-open. We study all formal… 

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