Lowering entry barriers to radio and television broadcasting could fill gaps in schooling at very low cost
Last week, an important piece of news did not dominate headlines. Devika Balakrishnan, a 14-year-old girl in Kerala, committed suicide because she could not attend online classes. Her school was closed because of the pandemic, and she did not have access to a smartphone, computer or television (the Kerala government is broadcasting classes). Like Devika, millions of students across India are struggling because they cannot access educational sessions during the pandemic.
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