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The event

On Tuesday 23rd March EdTech Hub held a roundtable hosted by Cambridge Network for Disability and Education Research (CaNDER) and School of Education (University of Glasgow) to discuss the findings of a systematic literature review focusing on the extent to which EdTech is supporting the learning of children with disabilities in primary school settings in low and middle-income countries.

The expert panellists

Charlotte V. McClain-Nhlapo – Global Disability Advisor of the World Bank Group.

Sarah Shaikh – Deaf Reach Schools, Training Centers and Colleges, Family Educational Services Foundation in Pakistan.

Jenipher Ngwira-Mbukwa – Head of Special Needs Education Department, The Catholic University of Malawi

The details

Findings from the systematic review, presented by Dr Paul Lynch (University of Glasgow) and Dr Gill Francis (University of York). Chaired by Professor Nidhi Singal (University of Cambridge).

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