Lagos has a literacy rate of 92%, Kano 49% and Borno 15%, according to The Economist. And although states like Lagos have more than 100 edtech companies facilitating its educational structure, education and its technology in many Northern states remain unstable.
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So what are the challenges holding back the advancement of edtech in the region and what are the prospects for a brighter ecosystem in Nigeria in general?
Eno Peters is an educational technologist with years of experience and the Founder of Value Max Academy.
In today’s episode, she provides insights into the challenges and prospects of edtech in Nigeria with Northern Nigeria as a case study. With the growing need for a nationwide developed education system, Eno believes that the future looks greener with edtech but only if certain conditions are met.