Bridge International vs. Kenyan Teachers; Ericsson Mobility Report, and Opera State of the Mobile Web in Africa

Reposting this here from Panoply Digital. 

As we approach the end of the year, we at Panoply Digital are working our projects and spending some time in research, reading, and reflection. In the interests of sharing, I wanted to share the reading and research part as it affects many of us working in international education and ICT4D.

Bridge International vs. Kenyan Teachers

The first is the latest salvo in the ongoing skirmish between Bridge International and apparently all of Kenya at this stage, a report from Education International (EI) and the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) titled Bridge vs. Reality. While clearly the authors have a stake in the outcome, it is a fairly damning report and well worth the read for all in international education. The passage that proved most troubling to me:

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