Technology and Innovation in Education at the World Bank

Education Systems The World Bank focuses on five key principles when investing in EdTech.

Principle 1: Ask why
EdTech policies and programs should be developed with a clear mission, strategy and vision of desired educational change.

Principle 2: Design and operate at scale, for all
The design of EdTech initiatives should be flexible, user-centered, with an emphasis on equity and inclusion to realize scale and sustainability. For everyone.

Principle 3: Empower teachers
Technology should improve teacher engagement with students through improved access to content, data and networks, enabling teachers to better support student learning.

Principle 4: Engage the ecosystem
Education systems should take a whole-of-government and multi-stakeholder approach to engage a wide range of actors to support student learning.

Principle 5: Data Driven
Evidence-based decision-making within cultures of learning and experimentation enabled by edtech leads to more impactful, responsible and equitable uses of data.

The World Bank works to find out evidence-based technology solutions in education; Sort out solutions, both at pilot level and at scale; And spreads This knowledge is widespread across policy makers and supports capacity building to make better use of this new knowledge.

Find out: Discovering innovation and building a resource base for edtech

Sort out: Projects, pilots and digital global public goods

diffusion: Capacity Building Networks and Partnerships

(Note: This publication is often referred to as the 'World Bank EdTech Approach Paper’)

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