Data from 1. Worldometers, 2021, 2. DataReportal, 2020 3. GSMA, 2020
EdTech Hub activities in Bangladesh
Technical assistance to design a remote learning theory of change
In Bangladesh, EdTech Hub is supporting various government agencies and development partners in collaboratively designing a theory of change for remote learning.
An EdTech Hub team is analysing program design documentation and convening workshops to gain insight into the design of Bangladesh’s remote learning interventions.
EdTech Hub Helpdesk: Aiding policy design, implementation and monitoring
Through our Helpdesk, EdTech Hub has delivered a number of technical briefs designed to inform decisions about education policy design, implementation and monitoring, particularly as they relate to supporting the most marginalised children.
These briefs include:
- Monitoring Distance Education: A brief to support decision-making in Bangladesh and other Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries
- Bangladesh Back-to-School Campaign
Covid-19 research grant: Impact of IRI based mobile lessons on educational outcome of primary graders: A randomized controlled trial in rural Bangladesh
The aim of the of this research is to explore the impact of interactive radio instruction-(IRI) based mobile lessons on educational outcome of primary graders in partnership with the Monash Business School at Monash University
Covid-19 research grant: Integration of Technology in Education for Marginalized Children in the Urban Slums of Dhaka City during the COVID-19 Pandemic This research will explore how technology can support education for marginalized children in urban slums in partnership with Beyond Peace.
Country-level research review
This upcoming report will explore the state of EdTech research in Bangladesh identifying key findings and gaps to be addressed.