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Are men smarter than women? Do white people work harder than ethnic minorities? And does a paid education entitle you to better opportunities? Bode Bamkole asks these questions of our education system in the context of diversity. He lays out the real problems that students, teachers and the education system face at large and discusses why, through the use of technology, we’re finally in a position to tackle these issues. Bode has founded Study Streak in an attempt to bring these solutions to life. Website: www.studystreak.co.uk Social Media: Facebook: @studystreak Instagram: @studystreakk Twitter: @studystreak. Bode is an Economics Graduate from the University of Nottingham. He currently works at KPMG and is the founder of Study Streak, an Edtech company dedicated to addressing education disparities by race, income and gender through an innovative and comprehensive programme. Having benefited from a good education himself, he has made it a goal to make quality education accessible to as many people as possible. His energy and commitment have seen him turn this idea for better education into a rapidly growing project with quality content, supported by a growing team. Bode hopes to continue to develop his skills in the financial sector and use them to achieve Study Streak‚Äôs long-term vision of being a top quality education provider. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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