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This edtech startup is eyeing a billion-dollar market as it changes the way Africans learn

This edtech startup is eyeing a billion-dollar market as it changes the way Africans learn

The education space is getting so much attention in recent years.

Thanks to the evolution of education technology, we’re gradually seeing interactive whiteboards replace black chalkboards and Chromebooks replacing exercise books.

We’re also seeing more and more investments in emerging technologies such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, etc to deliver learning and education to kids and students around the world.

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