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Watch: Misan Harriman explores the impacts of connectivity for education

3 Dec 2021Empowering People
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Technology and connectivity can have a transformative impact on education for young learners. However, many schools have struggled with the shift towards online learning in the past year – less than 20% of students in Europe attend schools with access to high speed internet.[i]

Through programmes like Connected Education, Vodafone is working to provide schools with the connectivity, devices and content they need to create digital learning experiences for students whether they are in the classroom or learning remotely.

Misan Harriman, the photographer, creative director and cultural commentator, travelled to St Mary’s Secondary School for Girls in Baldoyle, Dublin, to capture the stories of teachers and students who have been using the technology to stay connected through the pandemic.

Abigail’s story
Edel’s story
Elizabeth’s story
Kate’s story
Victoria’s story

[i] European Commission, Commission's focus on access to high-speed internet, safety and skills is what Europeans want, survey shows (March 2019). Available:

  • Connectivity
  • Digital skills & Education
  • Empowering People
  • SDG 4
  • SDGs
  • Social Contract

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