Even as developing countries catch up on digital learning, the good old physical textbook should have a key role.
Analysts have long argued that the services will help take Asian emerging economies further up the value chain in global markets, but first we need an altogether different lens to look at the sector.
Companies deploying Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, and investing in reskilling and upskilling for digital occupations, are likely to recover faster from the impact of the pandemic.
Education is a fundamental tool for advancing action on climate change, yet it has not been adequately tapped for its potential.
There are cost-effective approaches that developing countries can actively consider in traveling on the road to becoming advanced knowledge-based economies.
Closed borders and health concerns halted international student mobility in 2020, but students are expected to return. Education policy makers need to be ready for a new type of international student that wants both physical and digital learning opportunities.
Increasingly, innovation is being seen as a key element in growing Asia’s economies and creating jobs.
Safe and sustainable transport systems demand a new breed of transport professionals, with skills at advanced levels and cutting across domains.
A technology that has circled the world, connected up millions and impacted upon developed and developing countries is mobile telephony. The mobile phone has revolutionized the way we communicate, do business and access products and services.
How is Nepal getting its education back on track after the deadly earthquake? The government has decided the best way forward is to deploy 15,000 transitional learning centers to re-start the education process immediately.