The digital readiness of an education system is understood as its preparedness to deliver a digital learning experience to students and allow them to benefit from such an intervention.
UNESCO MGIEP’s Digital Readiness Index (DRI) study aimed to develop a readiness framework within the education sector through a supply chain model which enables studying the production of services and their distribution to consumers systematically.
Compared to traditional index-based studies, the DRI framework moves away from ranking-based comparisons and sets a country as its own benchmark to evaluate digital readiness.
José Luis Álvarez Galván
Programme Specialist-Head of Policy and Advocacy UNESCO MGIEP
Statistics and Monitoring Specialist (Education), Data and Analytics Section, UNICEF New York
Amarendra Behera - TBC
Joint Director, Central Institute of Educational Technology (CIET) - National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)
Director-General, Education Integrated Policy and Implementation Department, Ministry of Education and Science, Mongolia
Director of Partnerships & Research, Datasphere Initiative