iSchoolAfrica proudly brings award-winning global learning software to under-resourced rural and township schools across the country Submission Details
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iSchoolAfrica is an education initiative that reaches schools across South Africa in rural and urban settings. The overall objective of the initiative is to empower teachers and students by giving them access to the world’s most advanced educational technology and classroom practices.
The iSchoolAfrica programme brings to schools the Numeracy Programme, Youth Press Team Programme, Coding and Robotics and the iSchoolAfrica Inclusion Programme. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Joubert for iSchoolAfrica
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