Abu Dhabi invests in classroom technology

07/26/2010 | Khaleej Times (United Arab Emirates)

Officials in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, have invested £61.1 million pounds in classroom technology to ensure that all public-school students have adequate access to digital learning tools. The upgrades provide wireless Internet and a system that is expected to connect all schools to the same network over the next year. "Technological literacy is an important part of modern education to ensure that students are comfortable using and adapting technology throughout their lives," said Mohammad Younes, division manager of information technology at the Abu Dhabi Education Council.

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