Achieve Social Justice through informationally-driven education reforms for children globally

“Until we get equality in education, we won’t have an equal society”
– Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice, The Supreme Court of the United States

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Advay Chandra, May 10, 2021

Since the pandemic struck in early 2020, computers and the internet have become essential to education. Most students in developed and several emerging countries have attended school online in the last fifteen months and the internet is the only way these students have connected with teachers. In fact, the only way for many schools to impart education in the last year or so has been through distance learning, the term used for online school.

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