South Korea Resists Push for Digital Textbooks

3/29/2012 7:06:00 AM
A recent report from the Washington post reports that South Korea, among the world’s most wired nations, has seen its plan to digitize classrooms by 2015 collide with a education leaders who worry that digital devices are too pervasive. The report says some leaders believe students might benefit from less exposure to gadgets, not more. Read the full report HERE
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