The One Tablet per Child programme, a brainchild of Pheu Thai party, will likely be replaced by the smart schoolroom scheme.
Related agencies agreed on Monday to channel the remaining 7-billion baht budget of the scrapped project to the smart classroom scheme proposed by the Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec). The junta will make the final decision.
Each smart classroom will have tablets for students and teachers, notebooks, an electronic board and charging stations.
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