Local leaders designing sustainable and scalable education innovations with Cambridge
25 Jan 2024
Leadership , Innovation
Halfway towards the deadline for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we're nowhere near where we need to be. There is a crisis of access, equity, quality and relevance in education, worsened by climate change. It will take many locally led education initiatives to turn this round. How do we help them grow? Two leaders will share their journeys from ideas to action. A HP Cambridge Partnership for Education EdTech Fellow will share how technology is combating learning challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa. They will be joined by an expert behind an innovative Climate Literacy solution in India, that enables young people to drive change in a climate-impacted world. Led by Jane Mann, the session aims to inspire policymakers and stakeholders to transformative work and coalitions of change.
SpeakersProf. Ramit Debnath, University Assistant Professor and Cambridge Zero Fellow - University of Cambridge
In collaboration with Cambridge University Press & Assessment