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June 30, 2003

Schools Going Online

The Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications on Friday announced the start of a pilot program to assess the practicality of delivering lesson content by broadband. The EduMart program will be carried out at 98 elementary, junior and senior high schools in eight regions nationwide on a network of 3,500 computers. 24 companies are taking part, including 22 content providers such as Benesse and NTT Data. It will examine the effectiveness of the network as well as how such content can be utilized in lessons.

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