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Located in Patna, Bihar, the Centre of Excellence (CoE) is a public-private partnership initiative intended to support the training and capacity building needs of the state’s youth. Because the first two groups of Bihar government officials were ready to undergo training, CoE sought a quick-to-deploy computing solution that was both affordable and energy-efficient, and required less space. The effort led to the establishment of the region’s most eco-friendly training facility.

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In recent years, the state of North Carolina announced ambitious goals to achieve one-to-one computer access for all its K-12 students and putting all assessment testing online. It’s a directive that’s tough for nearly any school’s budget, but even more so for Scotland County Schools.

Mostly rural, Scotland County, North Carolina, is one of the smallest counties in the state and the 16th poorest district in the nation. The 14 public schools within the county serve 6100 students. Only one third of their students have Internet access at home and many don’t have computers.

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Founded in 1995, The Education Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV) has evolved to be Turkey’s most widespread Non-Governmental Organization operating in the field of Education. Serving over 245,000 students, TEGV controls a variety of facilities including 8 education parks, 62 learning centers, and 13 mobile learning units.

TEGV: Students can now use computers for classwork in the school’s computer lab.

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Maharashtra is India’s second largest state and includes the city of Mumbai— India’s commercial capital. In order to ensure that its workforce is ready for the modern work place, the state government established the Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) to provide adults with essential IT and computing skills. The MKCL fulfills its mission through a large network of learning centers across the state. The learning centers are operated by small and mid-sized IT enterprises.

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