E-book programme planned for S. Korea's rural schools hits snag

11/12/2009 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

South Korean officials plan to introduce 9,800 electronic textbooks in 110 rural schools nationwide, but some are criticising the cost of the programme. Officials say they plan to spend about £9.35 million on the program, but technology companies expected to supply the e-books say they are having trouble providing them at the price officials want.

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