Martedì, 25 Settembre 2018

Education minister promises computers for Italian schools


(ANSA) - Rome, September 12 - Italian middle and high
schools will all have computers in their classrooms this fall,
Education Minister Francesco Profumo promised Wednesday.
For schools that don't already have computers, "they will
be delivered in the coming weeks," Profumo told a news
conference where he also wished students and teachers good luck
and a "calm" school year.
The government will spend about 24 million euros to provide
computers to approximately 34,600 middle-school classrooms and
62,600 high-school classes.
In a separate program, individual teachers in four southern
Italian regions - Puglia, Campania, Sicily and Calabria - are
also to be given a tablet computer each, at a total cost of
about 32 million euros.
Profumo also praised e-books as a sound investment in
future knowledge.
"If I make an investment in an iPad or a laptop (computer)
then I can use a whole series of (digital) content delivered in
electronic form that costs much less than the paper (content),"
he said.

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