Lessons from Estonia: why it excels at digital learning during Covid | Estonia | The Guardian

Children using iPads at a school in Tallinn Long before coronavirus began to wreak havoc on the world, Estonia made the development of digital skills, high-speed internet and a sophisticated IT infrastructure a national priority. In 2001, it was one of the first countries in the world to classify internet access as a human right. Estonian schools have been using digital study materials and electronic school management systems for years, so when the pandemic hit and schools were forced to close in Tallinn, Estonian children went home where their studies moved seamlessly online. Source: Lessons from Estonia: why it excels at digital learning during Covid | Estonia | The Guardian