Anuj Kumar

Integrated Framework of Educational Production

Most EdTech applications focus on improving a part of educational production. However, these applications are suboptimal because they do not leverage other entities in the educational ecosystem (such as peers and families to motivate and support students) and connected processes (such as sharing students’ knowledge gaps with teachers so that they can provide additional class instructions), argues Matherly Professor Anuj Kumar, as part of a continuing look into the impact of EdTech in K-12 schools in India.

In this article, he proposes an integrated framework of education production that shows how various entities in the education ecosystem participate in different education-generating processes to produce education. 

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