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Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Internet |

Rural schools in Chile Spanish School communicates with computers and the Internet after receiving

Rural schools in Chile Spanish School communicates with computers and the Internet after receiving

As part of Connect to Learn , Ericsson, Ninhue Arturo Prat Chacon in the Bío Bío in Chile, received 35 computers and free Internet access via from Entel.

The program is associated with Millennium Promise and the Earth Institute at Columbia University, and one of its pillars is the connectivity between different schools to promote intercultural learning and cultivate global awareness, understanding and cooperation.

Thus, students of II Middle School students in Ninhue spoke with Juan Mairena Institute in San Sebastian de los Reyes, in Spain, through videoconferencing. Young shared views on one of the Millennium Development Goals: “Ensure environmental sustainability”.

They also discussed the similarities and differences that were in classes in either school. The idea of ​​the program is to keep track of these youngsters to IV Middle and see how performance evolves to take advantage of technological tools.

According to the companies, Internet tests allowed them to reach speeds between 3 Mbps and 4 Mbps average.

Via press release

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