Education in Emerging Nations Faces Unique Challenges, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

In less-developed nations, public education is often very poorly funded and of low quality, particularly in villages and rural areas.  In the most challenging schools in low income regions, books are scarce and teachers have little formal training.  In such regions, wireless networks and internet connections combined with very low-cost laptops and online teaching aids are slowly spreading, making a tremendous difference for students and teachers alike.  Meanwhile, private, for-pay schools are on the rise around the world, especially in poorer countries.  A study conducted in 2012 showed that there were 72 million school-age children not in school around the…

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