South Korea plans on digitizing educational materials for its entire primary school curriculum by 2015. Tablet PCs will be used instead of textbooks, with the government spending $2.4 billion on completing the mandate. Samsung is expected to manufacture the tablets. Read the full article at MIT’s Technology Review
South Korea Digitizing Entire School Curriculum
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