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Digital Education makes its push in LatAm

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BUENOS AIRES – Schools in Ometepe, an island on the Lake of Nicaragua, received 5,000 laptop computers for primary and high school students this year, taking the national total to 25,000. Argentina has distributed 1.8 million laptops to students, Peru 900,000 and Uruguay 570,000. This brings cheer to Gonzalo Pulit. His company, Kuepa, seeks to advance digital education in Latin America by providing web-based services to schools for improving admi-nistration, communication and teaching. “There are a lot of studies showing that investment in education is paid back by economic development,” Pulit, 44, said at his office in Buenos Aires. “Governments […]
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