In order to create an inclusive culture, Facebook wants to connect the maximum number of people with the technology and break the walls of ignorance. For that purpose, Facebook has announced to provide free Internet from space as well, starting from Africa.
Facebook, is thus offering its new initiative Facebook TechPrep which will help to quench the curiosity of the students, expose parents and guardians to the computer science and create an environment of computer learning in the underrepresented groups by providing resources to all these people.
The resource hub, Facebook TechPrep will curate to the users the solutions to their requirements as per the individual skills such as the age of the learner, skill level and what kind of education they are interested in.
The TechPrep program specifically targets the unaware public and the parents who find themselves helpless in guiding their children in the field of computer learning.
TechPrep is quite an appreciable effort on the part of Facebook as more and more students and parents in the developing countries would get an opportunity to learn and prepare themselves for the competition awaiting.
Watch the video posted by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg:
Via: Facebook Newsroom
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