The EconomistThe Economist visits Amaf Primary School in Kawangware to see how tablets are being used and how the children are already showing improvements in results:

At Amaf School, average marks in science, for instance, went from 58 to 73 out of 100 in a single term, says Peter Lalo Outa, the headmaster. That is good news for eLimu. “We want to prove that learning outcomes are improved,” says Nivi Mukherjee, the firm’s boss, “and not use technology for technology’s sake.”

Read the article on eLimu and digital education in Kenya here.

eLimu featured in The Economist

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