[Report] EdTech for learners with disabilities – let’s support them better

Educational technology, arguably, plays an important role in helping to ensure children / young people with disabilities in low and middle income countries (LMICs) have fair and optimised access to the school curriculum and ensuring they have opportunities to develop their independence, agency, and social inclusion.

This systematic literature review, supported by the World Bank and UKAID suggests two sets of recommendations for further research into EdTech and disability:

  • The first set of recommendations address ways of increasing our evidence base of robust studies on how EdTech can be used to support the education of diverse groups of learners in LMICs.
  • The second set of recommendations are addressed at policy makers and donors who are responsible for implementing EdTech programmes within LMICs.

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