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Pioneering Program Expands Education Opportunities in ArgentinaPioneering Program Expands Education Opportunities Across Argentina1:1 technology integration program integrates three million netbooks in three years.IntroductionIn Argentina a pioneering 1:1 technology integration program called Conectar Igualdad is rapidly transforming the educational system. The program will distribute three million netbooks into the nation’s schools in just three years.Conectar Igualdad is a key initiative of Argentina President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and is specifically designed to improve educational equality and reduce Argentina’s digital literacy gap. In addition to delivering Intel-powered classmate PCs and other netbooks to secondary and vocational schools, teacher training institutes, and special education institutions across the country, the program provides much-needed infrastructure improvements, professional development for teachers, and new opportunities for economic growthThrough key elements including strong leadership supported by long-term funding, independent oversight, and early consideration of all the components necessary to transform education, Conectar Igualdad demonstrates how countries around the world can develop successful and sustainable eLearning programs.Read About How the Pioneering Program Expands Education Opportunities in the Case Study.
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