Developing countries still have average levels of education in the 21st Century that were achieved in many western countries by the early decades of the 20th Century. With a business-as-usual approach it would take 100 more years until these countries educational level would catch up Europe, Northern America, Australia and Japan, according to UN. The shortcut bridge to accelerate the development is built by the increasing use of mobile phones. This has revolutionised e.g. the banking sector and today loads interesting edtech-projects and other forms of collaborations is taking place in most developing countries. Source: BBC
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