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One Laptop, Much Controversy
Posted by: Justina Spencer
Every time a 13-year-old in rural Peru or Tuvalu touches a keyboard, she bypasses the Industrial Revolution and rockets into the Information Age. She can network, learn calculus, study crop-growing techniques, or e-mail a hospital for advice on illness treatment. She can access a wealth of knowledge beyond the horizon fortune has aligned for her. But how much does it really help?
Source: Harvard Crimson (MA-USA) | Published: February 27th, 2009

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