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Education technology solutions can help mitigate learning loss and foster resilience in future crises.
Skills urgently needed in today’s high-tech working environment are best acquired in technology-enabled settings.
Soft skills, a growth mindset, mentorship, and internship can help current and future workers adapt to a rapidly changing workplace.
The shift to online learning due to COVID-19 has increased the risk of poor children falling further behind in their studies.
Digital finance promises to be an effective means of reaching the unbanked, but its use must be accompanied by consumer information and education.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing, as well as challenging, the way people learn.
Policy reforms critical to building resilience include revamping teacher training and improving quality, relevance, and inclusion in the education sector.
The pandemic is having a profound impact on how learning is delivered and how it unfolds for millions of learners all over the world.
A comprehensive strategy that addresses learning loss and improves learning outcomes is the key to a robust education system in the new normal.
Jobseekers now have a better chance of finding work with online platforms doubling as learning providers and job matchmakers.