South Korea Schools Aim To Do Away With Paper

A few weeks ago we told you that many schools in the US are doing away with cursive writing in favor of keyboarding.  The move sounded bold and progressive, but is it really?

Schools in South Korea are aiming to get rid of paper entirely and institute a completely-digital curriculum model by 2015.
The government has committed to spend $2.4 billion to buy the equipment and digitize all of the material. They intend to roll it out to elementary schools by 2014 and across the entire education system the following year.

Now that move sounds truly cutting edge.


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