10/20/2009

Uruguay's 362,000 primary-school pupils and 18,000 teachers have their own laptop computers -- a plan that took two years to come to fruition. "This is not simply the handing out of laptops or an education programme. It is a programme which seeks to reduce the gap between the digital world and the world of knowledge," said Miguel Brechner, director of the Technological Laboratory of Uruguay.

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