Samsung launches 'Smart School' program in South Korea

Thursday 10 November 2016 | 08:11 CET | News
Samsung Electronics has selected 14 educational institutions to offer its "Smart School" systems. The initiative is part of Samsung's corporate social responsibility to reduce the digital education gap. Under the Smart School program, Samsung will deploy high-tech classroom systems that will include tablet computers, electronic bulletin boards and wireless network infrastructure, The Korea Times reports. Teachers will be able to participate in training programs to use the smart systems for educational purposes.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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