“Technology has played a dominant role in education throughout this pandemic that has exposed deep digital and gender divides”, said Stefania Giannini, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Education. “Now is the time to empower girls with the confidence and skills to harness technology and support their schools and communities to build back better and differently.”
UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition partner, Technovation, is launching the Technovation Idea Lab today. The Idea Lab is a place where the global community comes together to pilot test new programme ideas and approaches with a select group of students, volunteers, and Technovation staff. It will be key to understand how to slow or stop learning loss for students when they are out of school………………………………………………….
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