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EduJam! Prizes for Sugar Activities by children

The much-criticized article in The Economist claiming that OLPC has been a failure in PerĂº begins: GIVING a child a computer does not seem to turn him or her into a future Bill Gates—indeed it does not accomplish anything in … Continue reading

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Uruguay Request for Proposals to Replace Textbooks

Uruguay’s Plan Ceibal is in charge of Uruguay’s implementation of its One Laptop Per Child program, including configuring Sugar Software on its XOs, configuring and installing XS school servers, providing service and support, training teachers, and working on new curricula. … Continue reading

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Peru to Open OLPC Factories

There have been complaints from time to time that the OLPC XO program is an imposition of First World values and economics on Third World countries, or even a scam to profit from hardware sales. (That’s hard to do when … Continue reading

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