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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.

mEducation Alliance Anniversary Event and Award Show – Award Nominees Announced!

 

We are excited to announce the selection of the Top 3 Nominees for each category of the mEducation Alliance Awards! Thank you to everyone who nominated EdTech Champions for the awards. Because there were so many worthwhile submissions, the selection process was exciting, but challenging.  The winners of the nominees identified below will be determined by our voting body, the mEducation Alliance Members.  For a full list of nominees and background information, please visit the mEducation Alliance Anniversary Event and Award Show event page. Winners will be announced during the live event on February 11th.  Register HERE for the live event! 

Additionally, one more category has been added. Since there were so many organizations nominated working in inclusive education, it has been added as an additional category. We will also be recognizing both policymaker EdTech Champion teams as award winners.

 

 

Call for Collaborators and Presentation Proposals!

Are You a Math Magician, Math Storyteller, and/or Someone Who is Totally Dedicated to Sharing the Love of Math with Children? If so, you’ll want to submit a presentation proposal for one of our 2021 Math Power! Virtual Festivals using the link on our event page.

The Math Power! Virtual Festivals will feature high-quality technology and non-technology-supported initiatives, partnerships, research, and institutions advancing math instruction in formal and informal educational settings in developing country contexts. Festival presenters and attendees will include a mixture of global and local math “champions”, policymakers, educators, public and private sector organizations, investors, and the general public. Essentially, those interested in sharing and extending a love of math.

 

Resources

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 eNews!

 

EdTech’s three promising approaches to #SaveOurFuture

Read about the contributions that the EdTech Hub made to the #SaveOurFuture White Paper Action Area 4: Focus education technology where it is proven to be effective and most equitable.

Education For All in the Time of COVID-19: How EdTech can be Part of the Solution

In this report, GSMA explores the role of Education Technology solutions (EdTech) in bridging some of these gaps and in equalising educational opportunities for the underserved

Realizing the Promise: How can education technology improve learning for all?

This publication kicks off the Brookings Center for Universal Education’s first playbook in a series to help improve education around the world. It is an evidence-based tool for ministries of education, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, to adopt and more successfully invest in education technology.

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News

EdTech Connected Issue 1 Released

In October 2020, the mEducation Alliance released its first issue of EdTech Connected eZine with the theme, Rising to the Challenge: EdTech Innovators Respond to COVID-19. This comprehensive and media rich resource includes video and text interviews with policymakers and practitioners, COVID-19 research, “pitch” days, and webinar highlights. Please take a look and let us know what you think.

2020 Virtual Symposia: Play Every Day 

Play Every Day was the largest virtual event with of the mEducation Alliance Virtual Symposia series on Play and Technology for Lifelong Learning with 782 registrants and 100 presentations from more than 25 countries! Make sure to check out the recap and all the videos from the event.