China seeks to provide greater access to classroom technology

03/29/2013 | Xinhuanet.com (China)

Officials in China have announced a plan to invest new funding in classroom technology, including electronic books and tablet computers. Already some schools have taken the plunge, handing out devices and providing broadband Internet access for pupils. Some, however, have questioned the drive to introduce more classroom technology, saying that students' eyesight may be harmed from looking at the screens.

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