Innocenti Working Papers Digital Learning for Every Child: Closing the Gaps for an Inclusive and Prosperous Future AUTHOR(S) Mathieu Brossard; Marta Carnelli; Thomas Dreesen; Daniel Kardefelt Winther; Celine Little Published: 2021 Innocenti Working Papers Pre-Covid-19, half of the world’s children were already unable to read a simple text by the age of 10. School closures have deepened pre-existing learning disparities, within and among countries, due to inequities in access to technology. This brief summarises researchfindings and provides actionable recommendations for how to equitably scale up digital learning and provide children and young people with the skills to improve their prospects and safeguard their well-being. It pinpoints solutions for education systems’ use of digitaland blended learning anchored in a sound pedagogical approach and urges the G20 and other countries to overcome the barriers that limit the potential benefits of digital learning. + - Cite this publication | Thematic area: Education | Tags: education, remote learning × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION Mathieu Brossard; Marta Carnelli; Thomas Dreesen; Daniel Kardefelt Winther; Celine Little 2021 Digital Learning for Every Child: Closing the Gaps for an Inclusive and Prosperous Future.