This week’s Zero In challenges entrepreneurs to create a scalable education methodology that standardizes and makes universally accessible content across disciplines while personalizing lessons to children’s learning needs.
The column suggests that such a system need not depend on widespread access to the latest laptops or broadband technology, or even on initiatives such as Nicholas Negroponte’s One Laptop per Child. In countries where there is still limited access to connected laptops, almost everyone has a cellphone. Delivery of high-quality educational games on a cellphone platform is a tall order, but that should not deter entrepreneurs.
Read ‘Edutainment’ Needs Entrepreneurs on Forbes.
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