Lessons Learned: Expanding technology-enabled approaches for out-of-school children and refugees

Center for Educational Innovations, Feb 10, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This article describes a learning program in Sudan where tablet computers with learning resources are made available in learning centres in communities, where the learning centres are themselves solar powered. On the surface it looks like a good program, and though it has yet to be evaluated is similar to other programs with the same objectives. The story itself led me to follow links to the Center for Educational Innovations, which ran the story, and its parent, Results for Development. Like many US-based initiatives, the organization tend to look for private-sector based responses to social challenges.

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