Hungarians Wish to Keep Paper-based Education

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Epson conducted internationally representative research to assess the transformation of our printing habits, including its role in education, reports profitline.hu.

According to 60% of Hungarian parents, learning is better with digital devices and 40% with printed materials. In Hungary, 65% of respondents believe that, sooner or later, schoolchildren will receive all materials on digital devices, and books will completely disappear from the classroom.

But this does not mean that they would be happy about that. Some 70% of the Hungarian respondents do not support the complete abolition of paper-based education.

In addition, 38% of Hungarian parents believe that children learn easier by writing with pen and paper than by typing.

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