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How Ed-Tech is Creating More Inclusive Communities

At the brink of a new era for education

The past decade has seen a growing enthusiasm for diverse educational solutions, from those that cater to varied age groups and subject areas to “on screen” learning platforms such as Coursera and MOOC. The pandemic further accelerated our adoption of new learning and teaching technologies, with digital innovations filling the existing void left by conventional teaching methods and opening access to education when schools and institutes had to physically shut their doors. According to some reports, student retention rates even increased by 25 to 60 per cent. What is behind this shift in how we perceive, consume, and deliver education?…
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