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Goal 4: Education for All

Mike Trucano on Innovative EdTech

Season 2, Ep. 6

The World Bank's Senior Education & Technology Policy Specialist and Global Lead for Innovation in Education, and visiting fellow in the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution, joins me to discuss EdTech in developing contexts, why if you are pointed in the wrong direction, technology may help you get there more quickly, the importance of using the tech you already have, and his thoughts for the future. Links below.


Center for Universal Education at Brookings


Brookings AI blog post


10 Principles to Consider when Introducing ICTs in Remote and Low-Income Environments (World Bank Blog)


Michaelrucano.com (links to blog posts)

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