Armenia’s high schools to have Wi-Fi internet in 2013

Armenia’s high schools to have Wi-Fi internet in 2013

PanARMENIAN.Net - Wi-Fi internet will be available in Armenia’s high schools starting 2013, RA Education Minister said.

As Armen Ashotyan told a press conference, the agreement signed between the ministry and VivaCell-MTS in early 2012 will serve ground for the project implementation.

School ranking system will be developed by yearend, with a similar project to be implemented in Armenian universities.

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