Arthur D. Little is proud that our Telecoms & Sustainability teams have supported the Vodafone Foundation and over a dozen partners across the world through the development of the ‘Connected Education’ study, seeking to address the target of ‘Quality Education’ which is one of the 17 goals that make up the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
This study reviewed a diverse set of educational initiatives that leveraged technology and communication tools, as well as education practitioners to achieve better educational outcomes in more than 175 countries. This included contributions from the following organizations: Instant Schools for Africa, Vodacom e-school, Learning Equality, Knowledge is Power, Turkey Coding Tomorrow, Albania Innovation Clubs, Italy School of Internet, Hungary Digital School Program, WeTech, TESSA, Be Strong Online, Instant Network Schools, Jesuit Worldwide Learning and Kiron Open Higher Education.
Through this work, Vodafone, Arthur D. Little and many of the participant organizations hope to demonstrate the change that can be achieved, and the potential for further collaboration and knowledge sharing amongst telecom operators, technology partners and policy makers.
Media and other material relating to the launch event can be found via the following Vodafone, Vodafone Foundation and third-party websites: