| Sectors: EdTech, education
| Granting entities: MIT Solve
| Deadline: 16 June
| Type of support: Challenge
| Funding/benefits: 10,000 USD (And access to other prizes)
| Applicants: NGOs, social enterprises, startups
| Locations: Global
Synopsis: The MIT Solve community is looking for technology-based solutions that ensure all primary and secondary school learners have access to quality, safe, and equitable learning environments. To that end, Solve seeks solutions that:
- Increase the engagement of learners in remote, hybrid, and physical environments, including strategies and tools for parental support, peer interaction, and guided independent work.
- Enable access to quality learning experiences in low-connectivity settings—including imaginative play, collaborative projects, and hands-on experiments.
- Ensure the physical safety and mental health of learners—for example, through tools for crisis support, reporting violence, and mitigating cyberbullying.
- Support teachers to adapt their pedagogy, facilitate personalized instruction, and communicate with students and their families in remote and hybrid settings.
Link to application here.