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Briefing paper

The promises and perils of new technologies to improve education and employment opportunities

Skilled workforce Digital transformation Educational technology Disadvantaged students Labour market Socio-economic disadvantage

Digital technologies are rapidly developing and transforming the way individuals work, learn and participate in civic life. As digital innovations become more available and present opportunities to make quality learning and career opportunities more accessible across the globe, educational institutions, administrative data systems and regulatory frameworks have struggled to adapt. Through research on the landscape of digital micro-credentials, the authors hope to provide insights and policy recommendations to decision-makers and stakeholders, such as education and labor policy-makers, to expand access to skills and quality jobs to the most disadvantaged learners and workers across the world.

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