Unlocking the Future of Education: Harnessing the Power of Digital Technology to Transform Education

Unlocking the future of education: harnessing the power of digital technology to transform education

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Unlocking the Future of Education: Harnessing the Power of Digital Technology to Transform Education” – below is their description.

The UN Transforming Education Summit concluded this week with over 130 countries heeding the call to reboot education systems and to offer new hope to the world’s children for a better future. What role does digital education play? Shanghai Media Group and UN SDG Media Compact Member, hears from teachers, industry leaders and policymakers on their efforts in harnessing the power of digital technology to build a more inclusive, high-quality and relevant learning experience for all.

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