The Report on Education for the Most Marginalised post-COVID-19: Guidance for governments on the use of digital technologies in education, led by the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D and funded by the FCDO and World Bank through the EdTech Hub was officially launched in a 2 hour online gathering on 18th December 2020. More than 350 people had registered for the launch, with some 150 participating at any one time throughout the event.
- Michael Trucano (Global Lead for Innovation in Education and Senior Education and Technology Policy Specialist, World Bank)
- Tim Unwin (Chairholder, UNESCO Chair in ICT4D and Co-Founder of TEQtogether)
- John Nasasira (Head of Expert National Task Force on Fourth Industrial Revolution, former Government Chief Whip 2011-2013, and Minister of Information and Communication Technology 2013-2016, Uganda)
- Janet Longmore (Founder and CEO, Digital Opportunity Trust)
- Caroline Wright (Director General, British Education Suppliers Association): “Technology and Education for the Most Marginalised Post-COVID-19 provides pragmatic, practical and insightful strategies, solutions and supportive practices to help and support Governments and educationalists working to empower learners in the most challenging of circumstances”.
- Waleed Al Ali (General Co-ordinator Digital School Initiative, Mohammed Bin Rashid Global Initiatives, UAE)
We were delighted to announce the following translations of the report’s Executive Summary during the launch:
- بالعربيةا : لملخّص التنفيذيّ (Translation by The Digital School Initiative, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives)
- En français: Résumé exécutif (Translation by Karen Ferreira-Meyers)
- Em português: Resumo executivo (Translation arranged by Cetic.br)
- En español: Resumen Ejecutivo (Translation arranged by Cetic.br)
The full report has also been translated into French as Éduquer les personnes les plus défavorisées après la COVID-19: orientations destinées aux gouvernements sur l’utilisation des technologies numériques by Karen Ferreira-Meyers:
Thanks to all those who participated
Sadly, there were far too many people to capture on a single slide, but we hope this image captures something of the character of the launch: