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The World Links for Development (WorLD) program provides Internet connectivity and training for teachers, teacher trainers and students in developing countries in the use of technology in education. WorLD then links students and teachers in secondary schools in developing countries with schools in industrialized countries for collaborative learning via the Internet. 

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320

pilot schools connected in

15

developing countries, partnered with schools in

25

other countries

1240

teachers trained

 

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projects that WorLD schools are doing -- or have already done...

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