According to a 2010 survey, South Korea has made tremendous progress in closing the digital divide. The country realizes the importance of investing in technological advancements.
However, South Korea is fanatical when it comes to education in general. It is estimated that parents spend $255/mo, on average, for pre-school education. This amount doubles once a child reaches middle school.
Partnering primary education with closing the digital divide is one of the ways to help escalate technological intelligence.