Digital Age Education Systems are nascent
Teachers should be fairly compensated
The future of education is hybrid
Gender balance at work is a necessity
Most of the world’s education systems are developed for the industrial era and are not for the digital age. The education system of the future must include creative learning, flexibility, delivery over mobile devices and appeal to the behavioral patterns of Generations Z & Alpha.
We believe that a fully digital course can help only a subset of people who are self motivated. The human need for interaction with peers and educators still exists. However a fully classroom based templated learning model is not scalable to provide quality education to large populations. A hybrid model combining digital content and instructor led sessions is the optimum solution.
We believe that teachers play an integral role in building the society of the future and therefore should be fairly compensated. The compensation for teachers should be such that passionate educators are not dissuaded in pursuing the teaching profession. However, we also believe that maximizing wealth should not be the core motto of educators or educational institutions.
We believe in inclusivity, and that a healthy learning & work environment should have representation from all genders approximately proportional to the population ratio. Women, including mothers, can equally contribute to work and the constraints of a conventional work environment should not stop them from providing their valuable contributions to the economy & society.