Published Jun 30, 2021

Longjun Zhou  


Poverty is a complex social problem. According to Rowntree (1902) and Reynolds (1971), poverty is a multi-faceted, dynamic, and complex aggregate, which is related to economic, social, cultural and other factors. In the historical process of humankind’s continuous struggle with poverty, eliminating various factors that form poverty, especially the ability factors that restrict individual development, including education, health, etc., so as to finally solves the problem of poverty is the ultimate goal of anti-poverty. Among them, education, as a fundamental measure to improve the feasible ability of individuals, is considered to be a key factor in eliminating poverty and promoting social development and progress (Tilak, 2002).


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How to Cite
Zhou, L. (2021). Eradicate Social Poverty through Developing Educational Technology. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 9(1), 1109–1112. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.21.ed016

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