UNESCO report considers technology in education

11/08/2023 | UNESCO

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has published its 2023 General Education Monitoring Report. The report addresses how and when technology should be used in education. While there are many regulations on the use of technology in society, these are not necessarily relevant in education. To rectify this, the report calls for decision-makers to prioritize learners’ needs after asking ourselves four key questions about whether it is appropriate, equitable, scalable and sustainable.

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