Evidence in EdTech

EdTech Hub is a global research partnership, and we exist to help shape a world where decisions are informed by evidence, so that EdTech interventions can help improve learning outcomes for children.

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Leaders are under pressure to make decisions about how to accelerate learning for the most vulnerable, and they are turning to technology as part of the solution. These decision-makers urgently require easily accessible and contextually relevant evidence.

Unfortunately, there are significant gaps in the evidence on how to use technology in education in a high-impact and cost-effective way at scale. This makes it difficult for decision-makers to plan and fund effective technology-enabled interventions and for classroom teachers to know how to use technology to improve learning outcomes for children.

By deepening understanding of what works and connecting theory to practice, we will enable a world where:


Search our Evidence Library for publications to support your EdTech research, implementation and innovation.

Discover what we and our partners are focusing on in the first studies in our research portfolio.

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