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The Uruguayan Example
Posted by: Justina Spencer
Technological literacy has become a standard in the modern workforce, and in the future it stands to increase in importance as the world moves into a wired era. The Uruguayan government has shown that it is very attuned to this fact, and its efforts to provide one laptop to every public primary-school child in Uruguay proves that it is paying the future due heed. The XO model laptops, which are currently being distributed, were developed for Uruguay in conjunction with the One Laptop Per Child organization.
Source: The Harvard Crimson (MA-USA) | Published: October 23rd, 2009

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