In this article, I have shared my knowledge on “The Future of Education”.
The global education system has been severely disrupted by the COVID-19 epidemic. School closures and a quick transition to distant learning exacerbated educational inequity and resulted in significant learning losses.
This highlighted the importance of transforming and strengthening education systems through technology and teacher upskilling to ensure that every kid has access to a high-quality, inclusive education.
A mixed learning strategy can provide the chances and flexibility that education needs in the future.
Furthermore, the epidemic has caused an unprecedented labor market crisis and hastened workplace automation, incentivizing additional investment in skills development and lifelong learning.
Building resilience to future crises and supporting long-term, inclusive economic growth is both dependent on human capital buildup. As a result, post-COVID-19 recovery programs should prioritize human capital expenditures.