Inclusive Digital Education – Policy Brief

The Inclusive Digital Education (IDE) activity aims to thoroughly examine new priorities and demands in relation to inclusive digital education and blended learning. IDE considers international literature, along with Agency work in this field, and reflects on overlaps or gaps that need exploring.

This policy brief presents some key findings from the Inclusive Digital Education report and their relevance for policy on inclusion and digital transformation to build more resilient education systems. Its key messages address four interrelated and interconnected policy areas and their roles in the digital transformation of inclusive education:

  • Technology
  • Learners and teachers
  • Educational institutions
  • Regional and national governance of the education system.

The policy brief aims to provide information and recommendations for policy-makers to consider the transformation of digital education and inclusive education as interrelated.

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