Georgia’s newly appointed Minister of Education, Alexander Jejelava, is now promoting a gradual replacement of printed books in favour of ebooks in the school-system. “We have already arranged several meetings between local publishers and the companies that produce and develop electronic books abroad. We are going to tell the local publishers to offer electronic textbooks as an alternative,” Jejelava said. He estimates that during next 2-3 years 10 percent of the students will choose ebooks. Source: Agenda.ge
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