Computer education for rural kids riddled with obstacles


By Frederick Noronha There are plans afoot to computerise thousands of rural schools across India, attended mainly by poor children. But where is the software that is suitable for use in these schools? —————————————————————- WHY IS it easier for Indian school students to use the computer to study the geography of the United States, rather than know the states of their own country better? What is the fate of students in non-English schools who want to learn how to use computers optimally? In a word, are we producing suitable software to cope with the needs of our own schools? These … Continue reading Computer education for rural kids riddled with obstacles