In the Introduction to the JCIHE Winter Special Issue 2020, when the world was at the height of crisis, I wrote that the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic were unforgiving, that the human toll was staggering, and that the long-term effects will be felt for years to come. Two years later, JCIHE is honored to host this Summer Special Issue 14(3A) that examines what has happened, two years later. International and Comparative Impact of COVID-19 on Institutions of Education, edited by Sowmya Ghosh and Linsay A. DeMartino have compiled a range of articles with authors from around the world to show the timeliness of this topic. The widespread interest of authors to publish in this issue resulted in the creation of two parts that are published separately. The articles in both of these issues reflect the immediate and longer-term effects of COVID-19 on higher education using a comparative and global perspective.
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