Game-based learning platform will make education accessible to refugees
- There are more than 70 million forcibly displaced refugees worldwide.
- A team of Wichita State University researchers is working on making education more accessible to refugee learners.
- The Education for All project is creating an interactive, game-based learning platform for K-through-12 students.
The Center for Educational Technologies to Assist Refugee Learners is working to improve the lives of more than 70 million forcibly displaced refugees worldwide by making education more accessible.
The project, titled Education for All, is one of four awardees of Wichita State University’s Convergence Sciences Initiative, an effort to bring together the intellectual curiosity and strengths of faculty and students from a range of disciplines and give them the support to develop research programs that drive the diversity and growth of the Kansas economy while addressing global challenges.