While technology is not a panacea there are excellent opportunities to harness digital technologies to make teachers more effective
India needs to create some 115 million productive jobs over the next decade in order to raise its people to a minimum acceptable standard of living. But productive jobs need skilled workers, and India’s schools, colleges and polytechnics are not geared to the task. While technology is not a panacea, we see excellent opportunities to harness digital technologies to make teachers, trainers and school administrators more effective. By empowering human teaching talent, rather than replacing it, technology may hold the key to addressing India’s education challenges.
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