October 22, 2014
Six second-grade students from the Carlos Rafael Pérez Ruíz Bolivarian Special Unit for Hearing Deficiencies, in Apure state, received their canaimitas on Tuesday as part of the endowment promoted by the Government throughout the country and which allows the use of technological tools to educational training.
The delivery of these teams responds to the policies promoted by the National Executive aimed at people with disabilities, in order to guarantee their inclusion in all social areas.
The Canaima Project was born in 2009 as part of the integrating axis of Information and Communication Technologies, with the purpose of promoting learning in students of the basic education subsystem and is based on the use of mini laptops for development Venezuelan content, under the free software platform.
Yicel Sequera, coordinator of the Canaima Program in Apure, urged parents, managers and students to care for and preserve the equipment, since they are educational tools for the training and education of children and young students.
It is estimated that the Venezuelan State has delivered more than three million Canaima computers to students in the country.
AVN 10/21/2014 11:45 PM
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