Broadband Commission Open Statement, September 2022

TES team
TES team • 29 September 2022
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The Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development recognizes the critical roles of digital connectivity, capacity and content in transforming education and lifelong learning systems.
The Commission’s 4th Advocacy Target: Promote Digital Skills Development, states that 60% of youth and adults should have achieved at least a minimum level of proficiency in sustainable digital skills by 2025, which are fundamental to ensuring meaningful participation and quality experiences in increasingly digitalized education systems.
Read the Broadband Commission's Open Statement
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Thematic Action Track 4 Digital learning and transformation Statement