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Tertiary (post-secondary) education is the career-deciding step for most students. It is also a key driver of a nation’s prosperity and social wellbeing. It can provide a productive workforce while encouraging innovation which is important for sustainable growth and creating a more equitable society. However, Equity and Inclusion is grossly lagging in tertiary education for developing and underdeveloped nations compared to the developed ones. With a focus on better policies and execution, we can take concrete steps to address it. This blog post identifies the gaps in tertiary education backed by data and highlights progressive solutions to address them.
Peer-to-peer learning is one of the most effective and efficient ways of learning. The flexibility and openness in peer-to-peer learning make learning much more convenient. New technologies are emerging at an unprecedented rate and as we now live in an era of lifelong learning, the trend will make peer-to-peer learning more valuable and acceptable. By unleashing its power, we could liberate the last 3 billion people in the world who are deprived of quality education by providing them with the right learning options and making them gainfully employed.
Employers are looking for evidence of ability rather than just a degree. As a result, the education and skill development systems are evolving towards decentralized, tailor-made, and demand-driven arrangements.
Sustainable Development Goals Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are 17 interlinked global goals, set up by the United...