Countries in the region can benefit tremendously from leveraging technology to inform education and job training.
Even as developing countries catch up on digital learning, the good old physical textbook should have a key role.
A new survey yields insights on the main factors that influence Filipinos’ education investment choices.
ICT provides countries in Asia and the Pacific the opportunity to transform teaching, learning, and management practices in schools.
For developing Asia to realize the potential of ICT in education, it must become an integral part of the learning and teaching process.
Developing countries in the region have made good progress in increasing student enrollments and financing for education; however, heightened spending has not effectively translated into improved education outcomes. High dropout rates and low completion rates in education further exacerbate the situation in many countries.
For over a third of the respondents, expanding financial literacy is crucial in Asia, where many poor people don’t use basic financial services because they don’t understand them properly.
Skills alignment should be a priority among governments and the private sector in the region to provide young people the skills employers need to give them jobs.
More available skills at a low cost will help young Uzbeks make the most of their education.
Students from developed East Asia are leading the world in math and science according to just-published results of exams delivered to 600,000 fourth grade students in more than 60 countries and territories including many OECD members.