4.6 yidan monthly update august
-major contributor to asian development bank 9th annual week long education skills summit; 4.4 4.1
yidan prizes 2021 to be announced end september;
yidan supports brac early childhood 4.4 tanzania- see more brac africa
its only education connections in every skill imaginable and through real and virtual modes who can develop the first sustainability generation
our 1984 book on that was called the 2025report
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To: Christopher Macrae <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, 30 June 2021, 05:04:31 GMT-4
Subject: Education is our most powerful force for change
We have the key to a fairer and healthier future: education. That’s why the research we’re doing and conversations we’re having are opening the door to a better world.
Read our paper examining the evidence for the power of education
With the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital, we’ve explored how learning shapes lives—and what that means for our global future.
The research tells us that education helps us live longer and more productively. It physically moulds our minds, changing our behaviour for the better. And we can now see that—although education is a long game—we can take immediate actions to make progress.
Read the full report
Listen to Anant Agarwal and Sal Khan talk online learning on Homeroom
Between them, edX and Khan Academy have brought powerful learning platforms to tens of millions of students around the world. Who better to ask about the future of online learning than their founders?
In 2018, we awarded Anant the Yidan Prize for Education Development. He was once Sal’s teacher—now they now sit together on our Council of Luminaries. On the podcast, they talked about AI and machine learning, transformation of jobs, and the impact of the pandemic.
Watch Homeroom with Sal here
And catch up on our European conference online
In partnership with the University of Oxford’s Department of Education, we asked: what is innovation in education?
If you missed the discussion—or you’re keen to revisit—you can now watch recordings of our sessions with special guests including our 2020 laureates Professor Carl Wieman, Ms Lucy Lake, and Ms Angeline Murimirwa.
Watch the sessions
Join us for more education technology insight at High Touch High Tech
Our Director of Partnerships, Dr Christopher Thomas, luminaries, Professor Eric Hanushek and Ms Wendy Kopp, and Yidan Prize judges, Dr Elizabeth King and Mr Andreas Schleicher, are attending the conference, which runs from 29 June to 2 July. This year’s theme focuses on AI, and the broader question of how we can combine classroom technology (high tech) with hands-on learning, guided by experts (high touch).
See the program and watch the livestream here
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