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Edves seeks Africa’s transformation with tech

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Edves, a pioneering educational technology company, has said it is important to transform the African continent with technology.

It said this in a statement ahead of its event, ‘ Edves Catalyst 2023’, and edtech and non-edtech education conference with the theme, ‘Audacious’, scheduled to hold in Lagos, to revolutionise the African education landscape by igniting audacity and fostering innovation in teaching and leadership.

The tech firm also said it would equip attendees with the tools and knowledge needed to thrive in the digital age and foster meaningful connections and collaboration among education stakeholders.

It stated: “Edves Catalyst 2023 aims to inspire school leaders and teachers to push boundaries, challenge norms, and reimagine the possibilities within education.

“As the world evolves at an unprecedented pace, it is imperative for educators to embrace audacious ideas and leverage technological advancements to shape the future of learning in Africa.”

Under the theme: “Audacious,” Edves Catalyst 2023 aims to inspire school leaders and teachers to push boundaries, challenge norms, and reimagine the possibilities within education, it said.

The firm said, as the world evolved at an unprecedented pace, it was imperative for educators to embrace audacious ideas and leverage technological advancements to shape the future of learning in Africa.

Following the statement, the official sponsors and partners are WEMA Bank, 1MillionTeachers, Queen’s University Canada, African Union, WOWBII Interactive, University City University College, National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, Association of Private Educators in Nigeria, Association of Christian Schools International Nigeria, VODNET, Ebanqo, Kunda Kids and others.

Edves Catalyst 2023 will not only equip attendees with the tools and knowledge needed to thrive in the digital age but also foster meaningful connections and collaboration among education stakeholders, it said.

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