Digital learning is helping to meet the demand for better education in South Africa.
Tablets, laptops and digital learning are increasingly being used to reach students with little or no access to education, according to an international report from the ITU/Unesco Broadband Commission.
This is especially crucial in the developing world, where Unesco says the digitilisation of learning could be a means of accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals, such as ensuring access to primary school for all children.
This process is already evident in Africa, which according to Unesco has 30 million primary-age children not attending school, over half the global total.
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