Textbook-free schools are considered in the Philippines

09/27/2010 | Manila Bulletin (Philippines)

The Philippines is considering a move to textbook-free schools. Education Secretary Armin Luistro said that the US Agency for International Development has agreed to pay for a study of computer-based learning. The push comes as prices for computers have dropped but would require a significant investment by the country.

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