Due to the pandemic, the topic of innovation in education has never been more crucial.
While most developed countries moved their classes online with ease, many developing countries have had a hard time adapting to the home-school model due to a lack of infrastructure and the high cost of data.
According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 91.3% of the world’s learning population was impacted by global shutdowns brought about by the pandemic.
This means that about 1.5 billion students were not in school, a situation that largely impacted developing nations, a lot of which are in Africa.
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