Mind the Remote Learning Gap in ASEAN
By Lim Cher Ping, Geoffrey M. Ducanes, Nicola Nixon, and Pitchanuch Supavanich
As a result of COVID-19, the educational gap is expected to widen across ASEAN.
EdTech in Rural China
By Layne Vandenberg
EdTech companies are starting to address the urban-rural disparity in educational opportunities prevalent throughout China.
Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India
By Vishal Arora
An Indian tutor teaches from her balcony with kids sitting a floor below
Nicholas Wyman on How COVID-19 Will Affect Asia and the Global Economy
By Ankit Panda
Nicholas Wyman addresses how COVID-19 will change the way the world works, studies, and travels.
Confronting Southeast Asia’s Big Education Challenge
By David Hutt
Regional countries have yet to confront serious remaining problems in their education systems.
Singapore’s New Yale-NUS Controversy: Was Academic Freedom Violated?
By Alicja Polakiewicz
Did the cancellation of an event on dissent challenge the college’s commitment to academic freedom?
Fixing Uzbekistan’s Broken University Admissions Process
By Dilnoza Ubaydullaeva
When getting into university is based mostly on an entrance exam, high school doesn't really matter -- only exam prep does.
In Kazakhstan, Regional Inequalities Undercut Overall Educational Progress
By Aigerim Kopeyeva
Looking at the “bigger picture” is not always best.
Kazakhstan's Teachers: Underpaid, Overburdened, and Undervalued
By Aigerim Kopeyeva
What can be done to better support Kazakhstan's teachers?
In Kazakhstan, Educating Children with Disabilities Remains a Challenge
By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan's approach to inclusive education and “negative attitudes” affect the education of children with disabilities.
How Singapore Encourages Lifelong Learning and Workforce Resilience
By Robert Kamei
The global economy now demands workers to be nimbler than ever.
Can Test-Obsessed China Change?
By Adam Tyner
A look at three paths for Chinese education reform.