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Kazakhstan adopts amendments for regulating distance education

Kazakhstan adopts amendments for regulating distance education

In early 2021, the Senate of Kazakhstan adopted amendments to the law on education. Now there is a constitutional provision to regulate the issues of conducting educational programs of the remote format and gives a clear definition of the concept of distance learning.

Number of users of the educational platform Daryn.Online exceeds 3.5 million

Number of users of the educational platform Daryn.Online exceeds 3.5 million

Due to the coronavirus and the mass transition to distance learning, the number of users of the Kazakh platform Daryn.Online, which is part of the Bugin Holding, reached 3 million by the end of 2020.

Shipments of computers cross a record 302 million in 2020

Shipments of computers cross a record 302 million in 2020

According to a Canalys study, as the world transitioned to telecommuting and distance or online learning in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, demand for computers around the world surged.

AICTE regulates online learning for technical professions

The All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has issued guidelines for devising and implementing online technical education programmes.

More than 75% of children in India have problems with online education

According to an online survey conducted by IT solutions company " Learning Spiral", one in two children in India has difficulty accessing a digital education."

The Orchids International School becomes the first school in India to launch a complete curriculum of online courses

In 2020, many schools in India moved to online learning because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Canadian province of Ontario intends to make online education part of school education

The Ontario Ministry of Education is discussing legislation that would allow parents to enrol their children on remote learning programmes when the coronavirus epidemic ends. 

Parole O Stili study: The quality of education in Italy has declined due to the transition to a remote learning format

A study by the expert group Parole O Stili and the Toniolo Institute, published March 18, showed that school students are having difficulty transitioning to online learning.

In 2020, the EdTech market grew by 30-35%, and this growth is continuing

The volume of the global EdTech market in 2020 was $227 billion, while the Russian market is about 30 billion rubles.

CEO of Lectera Mila Semeshkina entered the world’s Top-10 of the founders of EdTech companies

April 1, 2021 - CEO of Mila Semeshkina entered the top 10 founders of world's EdTech startups.

How the COVID-19 pandemic transformed education in the best universities in the world

The coronavirus pandemic has seriously changed the traditional education system, forcing world universities to urgently adapt to the new environment.

In China, the number of online learners exceeded 340 million people

At the end of 2020, the Chinese authorities recorded unprecedented demand for educational online platforms.

A Chinese EdTech startup with the support of a Russian fund intends to raise $1 billion

The world's most expensive educational startup from China, Yuanfudao, sponsored by the fund of Russian businessman Yuri Milner, announced that it plans to raise another $1 billion.