Two Indian-Americans have been featured in the Forbes' top 15 education innovators list.
Indian-origin Datawind CEO and the man behind India’s low-cost tablet ‘Aakash’, Suneet Singh Tuli, along with MIT professor of science Anant Agarwal, who reinvented the concept of online learning called edX by combining online offerings of Harvard, MIT, the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Texas have been featured on Forbes'list.
These classroom revolutionaries were featured for using innovative technologies to reinvent education for students and teachers alike.
44-year-old Tuli aim is to make $35 Aakash easily accessible. The low-cost Aakash tablet has been touted as having immense potential to make an education revolution in the developing world.
53-year-old Agarwal, and president of edX believes that online learning dramatically improves what happens on campus.
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