The Commonwealth Education Trust’s EdTech platform, Teach2030, has been selected for the HundrED 2022 Global Collection.

The Commonwealth Education Trust’s EdTech platform, Teach2030, has been selected as one of the most impactful and scalable innovations in the world by the global education non-profit HundrED for their 2022 Global Collection.


Teach2030 is also one of the 10 ‘Spotlight’ selections identified as one of the leading solutions from around the world helping teachers thrive in an ever-changing classroom. This ‘Spotlight’, Teachers for a Changing World, is a collaboration between The World Bank Group and HundrED, with financing from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). The aim is to find solutions that train and improve teaching practices around the world. The ‘Spotlight’ selection was announced and promoted in August 2021 to education leaders, policymakers, and teachers around the world; it contributes both to the World Bank Group goal of eliminating Learning Poverty and HundrED’s mission of helping every child to flourish in life. The CET’s Teach2030 platform is web, rather than app, based to keep costs low, and ensure accessibility across a range of devices. We use a very simple platform that teachers can log onto, and through that link, they can browse our course offerings and enter the courses. Our digital contextualised teacher professional development courses are easy to use, scalable and enable teachers teach better.

To compile this year’s Global Collection, HundrED has selected100 inspiring innovations that are changing the face of education in the post-COVID world. The report finds that teacher professional development and enhancing social/emotional learning are the top trends in education innovation. Over2,600 innovations were submitted, and the shortlisted ones were reviewed by 120 Academy Members consisting of academics, educators, innovators, funders, and leaders from over 50 countries. The shortlist was reviewed by the Academy based on their criteria of impact and scalability, and then evaluated by HundrED’s Research Team to make the final Global Collection. We are proud to be selected and for our innovation to be recognised for its impact by the international education community.

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