The first batch of tablets for the second phase of the government's One Tablet per Child scheme will start being delivered to Mathayom 1 students today after a 10-month delay, says a high-ranking source.
A Prathom 1 student in Nakhon Ratchasima uses her free tablet obtained under the first phase of the scheme. The Education Ministry will hand out 13,814 more this year as a first batch under the second phase. PRASIT TANGPRASERT
Computer maker Supreme Distribution (Thailand) is the first company to deliver the first batch of 78,714 out of 426,683 tablets after it won a bid to supply tablets in Zone 3 ocovering the central and southern provinces.
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