A multimedia device that is taking digital learning to rural classrooms (K-Yan)

The traditional “chalk and talk” method is being supplanted in urban classroom by digital tools that enable learning and are aimed at enhancing the experience of both teachers and students. But in the rural sphere, such modern methods have a limited reach, thanks to inconsistent power supply and low Internet penetration.

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