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The Alliance is committed to reducing barriers to access appropriate, scalable, and a broad range of low-cost technologies to help improve learning outcomes in formal and non-formal education across all levels, especially in low-resource and developing country context.



Play Every Day, our largest virtual event of our 2020 mEducation Alliance Symposia series on Play and Technology for Lifelong Learning, just concluded! We were delighted to host 782 registrants enjoying a line-up of 80+ presenters from 25 countries highlighting a range of tech and non-tech play-based interventions for formal and non-formal educational settings.  For a full list of presenters and their pre-recorded videos recordings, please visit our event page.

mEducation Alliance Signature Activity

Help Spread a Love of Math Worldwide by financially supporting the Math Attacks! Open Innovation Competition – Crowdfunding Campaign

We want to raise $50,000 by 10/31/20 to help bring math games to kids in developing countries.

The mEducation Alliance is partnering with globally recognized math-focused organizations and champions and other development partners to launch Math Attacks!

Math Attacks! will be a prize call for the development of technical applications which will enable the receipt, review, collation, and dissemination of math game descriptions, particularly to households typically found in low-resource developing country context. Your financial support will enable us to provide incentive prizes for app developers. Please see our Math Attacks! page for more information and find out about other mEducation Alliance signature activities here.


COVID-19 EdTech Idea Pitch Days Presentations

The mEducation Alliance, along with the EdTech Hub, the Global Innovation Exchange (GIE), and UNHCR launched a 2020 call for ideas to respond to the learning emergency caused by COVID-19 school closures in low- and middle-income countries.

To see the series of virtual webinars, including taped presentations, please visit our page our COVID-19 EdTech Idea Pitch Days page.


Knowledge is power

The institutional members of the mEducation Alliance work are committed to advancing evidence-based, decision-making for informed ed tech investments. If you are policymaker, practitioner, investor, researcher, or just curious about what is going on in this space, we hope you find the resources on this site of value.

Find more of these documents on our Resources page or referenced in our e-news!


All Means All

All Means All is a resource from UNICEF on how to support learning for the most vulnerable children in areas of school closures. Ultimately it is a checklist for planning the continuity of learning during the current pandemic.

Delivering High-Quality Instruction Online in Response to COVID–19

Delivering High-Quality Instruction Online in Response to COVID-19 is a faculty-focused playbook intended to improve course design, teaching, and learning in online environments.

Internet Free Education Resource Bank (IFERB)

Education Above All is providing a bank of educational projects that are across subjects, interdisciplinary, engaging and do not require any technology to be implemented. The projects are designed for different age groups and have low resource requirements.

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Thank you to those who submitted for the 2020 virtual mEducation Alliance Symposia. Theme: Play and Technology for Lifelong Learning 

We are convening a series of virtual Symposia bringing together non-tech and tech global ed game developers with education specialists, play-focused experts, and policymakers from around the world all focused on supporting learners in low-resource, developing country context.

See the Symposia event page for more information.

COVID-19 and mEducation Alliance

Looking for COVID-19 news and updates from the mEducation Alliance? Please visit our COVID-19 and latest e-news pages.