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Up to 1.8 million children had no computer or tablet at home at the start of the pandemic, placing them at an educational disadvantage for online learning.
To close the skills gap, we need lifelong learning, redeployment and re-employment of people, funding, and the ability to anticipate what skills are needed.
COVID-19 has accelerated new technology – but not without risk. Here's how we can continue to drive innovation while ensuring tech is responsible and fair.
From curriculum mapping to training for teachers, this is how policy makers can ensure that establishing an adaptive learning systems is a success.
With massive school closures, Learning Poverty could increase to 63%, meaning 72 million more primary age kids will be among the learning poor.
Even before the pandemic, the world was already faced with a learning poverty crisis. New research shows how COVID-19 could make it even worse.
Current school certification systems fail to capture the full picture of a student - their achievements, personalities and experiences in school and beyond.
Why governments, education providers and employers should help workers earn quality non-degree credentials that lead to high quality, future-resilient jobs.
Goal-setting works better if you focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want, according to a Swedish study of New Year’s resolutions by Stockholm and Linköping universities.
From cancer breakthroughs to net-zero gains and technology firsts, there was plenty of good news in 2020 to counter the gloom of the COVID crisis.
Evidence is emerging to show that school closures have resulted in significant learning loss, known as the ‘COVID slide’. The World Bank has suggested 3 major interventions.
The pandemic will reshape how universities decide on what needs more external funding and resources.
The accelerating digitalization of the jobs market is something that must be addressed from both a top-down and bottom-up perspective.
Four areas – universal digital learning, micro-credentials, skills-based credentials and hands-on learning – could change the game.
The 2020 winner of the Global Teacher Prize has been announced. Ranjitsinh Disale has been credited with transforming the lives of Indian schoolgirls.