The Mongolia Digital School (MDS) project was launched in August 2018 in collaboration with Mongolia’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports (MECSS).
This project aims to:
- Reduce the gap in quality of education between rural and urban areas in Mongolia. - Strengthen teachers in terms of their professional development and help them to establish digital classrooms for the future of Mongolian education
MDS seeks to impact the lives of more than 350,000 Mongolian students in more than 2,000 schools by using our Jnrlink program to give all Mongolian children easy access to quality and effective education. The project starts with 22,000 students from 80 schools in the project’s first year before rolling out nationwide. We are also partnering with Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education to conduct a study into the effects of Jnrlink on Mongolian students.