Swedish municipality expands school laptop programme

02/12/2013 | ComputerWeekly.com (U.K.)

Teachers at Kungsgårdens School in Sweden have, for the past nine years, used laptop computers to teach students to read and write. The school's success has led to an expansion of the laptop programme, with all schools in Sandviken now adopting the instructional method. Schools in the municipality now share information through an online portal that offers around-the-clock access to school information, including homework assignments and test results.

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