Education, Skills and Learning

Here are four interventions that can make education in India more accessible and inclusive

India is the second largest market for online education after the US. Image: Unsplash.

Shubhangi Poddar
Specialist, Strategic Partners & Professional Services Industry, World Economic Forum
Lalita Sachdeva
Partnerships Specialist, UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office
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Building blocks of interventions. Source: Education 4.0 India report.
Building blocks of interventions. Source: Education 4.0 India report.


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