Mexico to Distribute 710K Tablets in Public Schools
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August 20, 2014
Programa Mi Compu.MX (Gobierno de la República)
The Mexican government aims to distribute almost 710,000 tablets in public schools across Mexico as part of a digital inclusion initiative, Milenio reports.
A total of 664,201 tablets will be distributed among students and 45,623 devices will be distributed among teachers. The benefited schools are located in the federal district, Colima, Sonora, Tabasco, Puebla and Mexico states.
The tablets will be provided by Synnex and IUSA.
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