14,000 tablets will be made available to primary pupils in Spain's Valencia to ensure they keep learning during lockdown

EDUCATION TOOL: Valencian government to distribute 14,000 tablets to primary pupils. CREDIT: Pxfuel

VALENCIA’S Ministry of Education and Finance department has pledged to increase the number of tablets for primary school pupils to 14,000.

They will be equipped with integrated Internet connection to ensure primary students from schools and other educational centres who are having difficulty following distance learning from home, because they don’t access or electronic devices at home, don’t miss out.
More details on the tablets will be ditributed is expected to be released.

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