Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas and Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom on Tuesday, May 31 visited the Pelgulinn High School in Tallinn where students demonstrated their programming skills using Raspberry Pi mini computers.
“IT is the domain for Estonia — we use digital tools to our benefit in the government, in the world of business, and in all of our society. IT skills will be necessary tomorrow and are already today,” Roivas said according to spokespeople. The prime minister described the Pelgulinn High School as a prime example of a school that can make e...
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