Global Education Challenges to be Resolved with Increased International Collaboration

International Collaboration

ReSkills EdTech CEO, Jin Tan participated in the inaugural ReSkills Global Summit, mentioned that higher international collaboration can play an important role in achieving educational breakthroughs that can benefit the world. Education is a fundamental human right that empowers the individuals to achieve their full potential, thereby it is a crucial factor in promoting economic growth.

Speaking in the ReSkills Global Summit at Eastin Hotel in Section 17, Jin said “ By working together, countries can share resources and expertise to improve educational opportunities worldwide. Strong collaborative ties can play a major role in reducing economic inequality and promoting global economic growth.”

Jin furthered that international collaboration would not only benefit teachers and institutions but also learners, by offering them a broader scope of educational resources. Moreover, it would foster positive values such as cultural understanding, empathy, and diversity. The collaborative investments and joint efforts in learning are required for everyone’s continued welfare.

Jin added saying “For example, science and technology research partnerships can lead to breakthroughs that can impact people all over the world. By working together, we can create a more equitable and sustainable world for future generations.”

Citing the example of the two countries of Cambodia and Malaysia who entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in 2014, for the enhancement in the quality and standards of education in both countries.

The ReSkills annual event is devoted to promoting affordable and accessible good quality education all over the world. This ReSkills Annual Summit was attended by 23 representatives from different countries including Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, Cameroon, India, Pakistan, Philippines, Somalia, South Africa, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Thailand, South Korea, Indonesia and Malaysia.

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