One Laptop Per Child Getting Ready to Kick Off in Karabakh

There has been a number of articles in the Armenian media about the One Laptop Per Child program, which kicks off in Karabakh soon.

According to, next month the program begins when 160 teachers from the cities of Stepanakert and Shoushi will receive three-weeks of intensive training in the program’s educational software, followed by a six-week virtual course. After this period, 3,600 children will receive laptops that will allow them to integrate technology into their daily classrooms.

The program came about as a result of initiative of Argentinean-Armenian philanthropist Eduardo Eurnekian, who partnered with the Karabakh government and AGBU to implement the project.

It must be an exciting time to be a student in Karabakh.

More articles:

  • Every School Student in Artsakh to Have Own Laptop []
  • “Computer to Every Child” Program Starts in Karabakh []



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