African schools integrate technology into curriculum

07/23/2013 | Al Jazeera

A growing number of schools in Africa are adopting technology to help bridge the education divide, including in Kenya, where some schools have been selected to use interactive tablets in the classroom through the eLimu project. "We didn't just want to use technology for technology's sake. We wanted there to be a purpose and a real benefit," said Nivi Mukherjee, co-founder eLimu. A separate initiative known as Worldreader also is bringing e-readers into African classrooms.

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