A poor South African school builds a computer lab

06/29/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Thanks to a partnership with a Chicago-area high school, the impoverished Esangweni Senior Secondary School has one of the best computer labs to be found in any township school in South Africa. Esangweni Vice-Principal George Solomons says his students have picked up computer skills so quickly they now often take first crack at troubleshooting problems with the school network.

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