Peres: Israel needs 'computer revolution' in schools

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December 24, 2013 17:54

 
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President Shimon Peres opened the Future of Education Conference, an initiative of ‘A Password for Every Child’, in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.  Peres called for a “computer revolution” in Israeli schools and said “Israel cannot be in first place in hi-tech but in last place in education.”

The Future of Education Conference this year focused on the building of future advanced classrooms for the year 2020 incorporating technology in education.

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