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One Laptop Per Child in Rwanda
Posted by: Justina Spencer
In my September 2009 blog post on One Laptop Per Child, I argued that the program had largely failed to meet its expressed purpose of improving education for children in the developing world through the distribution of large numbers of low-cost laptops. I continue to believe that’s the case. OLPC’s grand goal has not, and is unlikely to be, achieved.

However, that doesn’t mean OLPC has not had any success. As the comments on my previous post demonstrated, OLPC is running very interesting programs in a number of places. Some are already showing results; some just have big plans.
Source: UN Dispatch | Published: March 31st, 2010

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