2014 White Paper on ICT in Education Korea

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On January 27, 2014, the Ministry of Education (hereinafter referred to as MOE) renovated and improved ‘e-childschoolinfo’ site to serve as a ‘Government 3.0’ based information notification service that is customized to meet the needs of parents. ‘E-childschoolinfo’ allows a parent to easily access information regarding kindergartens based on their interests in 18 different subcategories namely school and after-school curriculums, costs, health and safety maintenance issues, etc.

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