EdTech’s bright future

The coronavirus crisis has thrust education technology (EdTech) into the spotlight as an entire generation of students and teachers become familiar with online learning. Driven by the affordability and increasing accessibility of personal devices, EdTech is finally entering a promising new chapter of innovation presenting tremendous opportunities for impact investors who recognise the profound effect that a quality education can have on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

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