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Google Partners with Pakistan to Digitally Transform Education for Out-of-School Children

Google for Education has teamed up with Pakistan’s Ministry of Federal Education to enhance digital education for millions of out-of-school students in Pakistan. This collaboration aims to improve access to education and create a robust digital learning environment for the country’s large student population.

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The partnership involves Google working through its partner Tech Valley to provide Pakistani teachers and students with digital learning tools and materials. Additionally, instructors will be trained to use these technologies effectively in classrooms, fostering creative educational initiatives. The primary focus is on re-enrolling over 26 million children who are not currently attending school, following Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s declaration of an “education emergency.”

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As part of this initiative, Australian company Allied will set up an assembly line for Chromebooks in Pakistan, making these devices more affordable for educational purposes. This effort aligns with Google’s vision of ensuring every child has access to advanced technology in the classroom, thereby enhancing the overall learning experience.

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Google’s education initiative in Pakistan aims to significantly transform the educational system by creating smart classrooms and a welcoming learning atmosphere. The partnership will emphasize training, upskilling, and developing flexible smart classrooms to empower both teachers and students, driving a substantial impact on the country’s education landscape.

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