Our latest thought piece, focusing on the need to prepare disadvantaged students for tomorrow’s economy, is now featured on Education Technology. With there being a growing digital skills gap, we highlight the importance of adapting the UK’s approach to this issue, looking at examples of other countries, like Singapore, who have a cyber wellness lesson in their primary schools. Furthermore, the European Commission has also outlined a strategy which will look to enhance the future generations digital skills and awareness.
With that said, we look into how the Patrick Morgan Foundation can help alleviate the digital skill gap, and more broadly, close the inequality gap. You can read the full article here.