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Ghana Starts Africa's First High-tech Interactive Distance Learning

There are no computers, TVs or smartphones in many schools in rural Ghana. In the classroom, teachers talk while students listen. There's very little engagement and virtually no interaction, because many teachers themselves were not formally trained. The private, nonprofit Varkey Foundation — together with co-donor Dubai Cares and the Ghanaian Ministry of Education — wants to change that. "What we're trying to do is leapfrog what they should have received when they...

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