World Bank to help provide internet access to schools in India

The communiqué, issued after the Teacher Tech Summit 2022 advocated for EdTech to be built in collaboration with teachers and harnessed to minimise educational inequities.

World Bank to help provide internet access to schools in India
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Following the Teacher Tech Summit 2022, World Bank has decided to collaborate with 11000 teachers and T4 Education, a digital education platform to provide good internet access and equipment for every school in India and abroad.

The Central Square Foundation also joined with the World Bank, T4 Education and teachers from India and around the world to urge governments, the international community, and technology businesses to collaborate to ensure that every school in India and around the world has dependable internet connectivity and enough devices to introduce educational technology (EdTech) into every classroom with the goal of overcoming global learning gaps.