Mongolia ready for expansion of digital learningSociety
Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/. On September 17, Mongolia hosted a session on ‘Reimagining Learning through Digital Transformation and Partnership’ within the framework of the TES convened by the UNSG during the 77th UN General Assembly.
The session raised much interest and was attended by executives from UNICEF, UNESCO, GOOGLE, GGIA, Microsoft, World Bank Group, EdTech Hub, and government representatives from the education sectors of Indonesia, Finland, and Singapore.
It was recognized that Mongolia is one of the countries that has shifted the gears to digital learning during the pandemic and is still working hard towards a better digital education system. This progress has shown that Mongolia is ready.
Lessons learnt from Indonesia, Finland, and Singapore and advice shared by international partners reinforced Mongolia’s vision and policy on digital learning. Many partners agreed to continue providing substantial support to digital learning in Mongolia through different means. Many partners have also agreed to visit Mongolia.
Discussions were held between UNICEF and GIGA to come up with innovative options for better supporting Mongolia in its progress on expanding the digital learning opportunities in the country.