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Digital Education: Why Uruguay’s Schoolchildren Are Doing So Well in the Pandemic




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Leandro, 10, working on his tablet at home in Montevideo



Leandro, 10, working on his tablet at home in Montevideo


Foto: Tali Kimelman / DER SPIEGEL

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Startup founders Frederico Bello and Nicolas Pereyra at an awards ceremony at the University of San Diego



Startup founders Frederico Bello and Nicolas Pereyra at an awards ceremony at the University of San Diego


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Seven-year-old Francisco and his father completing school exercises outdoors



Seven-year-old Francisco and his father completing school exercises outdoors


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Uruguay isn't just satisfied with providing laptops or tablets to all schoolchildren, but is also developing digital teaching materials.



Uruguay isn’t just satisfied with providing laptops or tablets to all schoolchildren, but is also developing digital teaching materials.


Foto: Tali Kimelman / DER SPIEGEL

This piece is part of the Global Societies series. The project runs for three years and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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