In recent months, the world has witnessed an accelerated spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), which rose according to the classification of the World Health Organization to the level of pandemic in a short time record, unparalleled by other global health crises. It has affected more than (1.52) billion learners around the world, in addition to imposing schools and universities closure in 165 countries, as this closure affected about 87% of the total number of students in the world, and these statistics are constantly increasing every moment. 
Like other regions in the world, the Arab countries were not an exceptional case far from this emerging global crisis, as the risk of this pandemic included it. As a result, all aspects of life for the peoples of the region were affected, which led to the cessation of the entire educational process and the denial of millions of students and teachers from reaching their schools and educational institutions.
In spite of the exposure of the Arab region during the last decade to many crises and conflicts, which led to the destruction of many development gains for the people and countries of the region, and the emergence of great humanitarian needs among millions of people, especially those who have been displaced, which amounted to a quarter of the forcibly displaced people in the world. The corona pandemic created a dangerous, new and different kind from the rest of the crises the Arab world witnessed, especially for the education sector and its workers. According to preliminary estimates, this current crisis affected the progress of the educational process for (50) million students in the Arab region, and this number is likely to increase at every moment.
ACEA sees that despite the confusion, fear and danger posed by this crisis, it carries within its folds opportunities "to test new education systems, in addition to opening the way for serious and in-depth thinking about the future of education, and putting technology at the service of learning and education, especially in emergency situations ". This is what the Arab Campaign for Education for All is trying to contribute to it, by opening dialogue for all directions and with all parties and stakeholders to rethink again about the education issues under the global pandemic crisis (Corona) and the resulting experiences, and results.
The Arab Campaign for Education for All- ACEA, as an educational enlightening movement, rooted in its national and regional dimension, and open to its human environment, appreciates the efforts made in these exceptional circumstances, and calls on all parties to:
Arab Campaign for Education for All- ACEA
Released on 27th Mar 2020
 According to UNESCO Data and Reports: https://en.unesco.org/covid19/globaleducationcoalition