'Internet for Schools' looking smaller, more expensive than planned

Halilovič, Emir
February 2002
Prague Business Journal;2/18/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p7
Academic Journal
Reports the launching of the Internet for Schools program. Consortium of Czech Telecom and AutoCont OnLine; Details of the original government plan for Internet school; Discussion on government policy in education.


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