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This tech tool is transforming Zambian classrooms in a powerful way

Nancy Chandala, 13, is sitting in a classroom at Joel Community School in rural Zambia, fixated on a small computer screen.

“I wish all my textbooks were loaded on the tablet,” she says. “I would read even when out in the maize fields at home. No carrying of heavy books.”

Nancy is one of more than 2,000 children from rural areas who are benefiting from eSchool 360, an innovative new project that aims to provide Zambian children with high quality education while keeping costs to a minimum.

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