Primary, secondary, postsecondary, and vocational institutions around the world are facing many challenges. In every market, they are expected to embrace new technologies, respond to changing labour markets, and manage increasing globalization—while delivering better student outcomes on ever-tighter budgets. Is it possible to navigate these often-competing demands while fulfilling their core missions? Yes, through innovation and transformation.
A new study considers how digital learning can improve student access to education, student outcomes, and the return on investment for students and institutions.