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The Ontario Ministry of Education is discussing legislation that would allow parents to enrol their children on remote learning programmes when the coronavirus epidemic ends.
A study by the expert group Parole O Stili and the Toniolo Institute, published March 18, showed that school students are having difficulty transitioning to online learning.
The volume of the global EdTech market in 2020 was $227 billion, while the Russian market is about 30 billion rubles.
April 1, 2021 - CEO of Lectera.com Mila Semeshkina entered the top 10 founders of world's EdTech startups.
The coronavirus pandemic has seriously changed the traditional education system, forcing world universities to urgently adapt to the new environment.
At the end of 2020, the Chinese authorities recorded unprecedented demand for educational online platforms.
The world's most expensive educational startup from China, Yuanfudao, sponsored by the fund of Russian businessman Yuri Milner, announced that it plans to raise another $1 billion.
In the fall, when the University of Texas had an online exam, it was reported that hundreds of students spent less time on their assignments than is needed to at least read through all of them.
Robbo, which specializes in the production of educational robotics for children, has launched an online system for studying robotics on its official website robboclub.ru.
Descriptive pictures on a chalkboard are crucial for conveying information when teaching preschoolers.
The American platform HolonIQ has compiled a list of outstanding women from around the world who are leading the world's most promising start-ups in the EdTech field.
For International Women's Day on 8th March, the online platform Rusbase has compiled a list of 100 brilliant Russian women, each of whom is changing the world, launching her own projects and developing unique startups.
Teachers have also encountered problems because of unstable Wi-Fi; many teachers cannot hold lessons and give exams.
According to a survey by Pearson in India back in 2019, 62% of university graduates positively rated the concept of online education.
Ten months after transferring schools in Mumbai to remote learning, about sixty thousand people still cannot study online.