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Accenture, Dubai Cares, Microsoft and UNICEF announced today the launch of a global, digital learning platform for young people. Operating under the Generation Unlimited partnership, the Passport to Earning platform aims to address the global education crisis – currently exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic – and prepare the next generation for decent work according to the UNICEF.com.
Asus wants to democratise India’s education space with Chromebooks; to launch higher spec models above Rs 30k in 2022 according to Financial Express.
Oxford University Press (OUP), a department of the UK based prestigious University of Oxford, announced the launch of NEP aligned revised edition of Oxford Advantage for students of grades 3-5. It is an integrated learning aid that aims to serve as an end-to-end solution for the various educational needs at schools according to Indiaeducationdiary.com
Egypt’s Sovereign Fund will launch an investment fund for the education sector, according to Chief Executive Officer of the Fund Ayman Soliman and described by Egypttoday.