Croatian govt talks to operators on help with e-schools pilot

Tuesday 13 March 2018 | 16:18 CET | News
Croatia's Ministry of Science and Education said it has started negotiations with telecom operators for the provision of free high-speed internet for students, teachers and schools involved in the experimental phase of curricular reform. Minister Blazenka Divjak has held working meetings with Vip, HT and Tele2, which have all shown interest in supporting 'School of Life' pilot on offering teaching materials exclusively in electronic format. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Hrvatski Telekom / Tele2 Croatia / Vip
Countries: Croatia (Hrvatska)
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