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Follow Up: Did The Computerless Computer Teacher Ever Get A Computer?

The story of the middle school teacher without a computer prompted an outpouring of support. But did he get any laptops?
Owura Kwadwo Hottish illustrates a window of Microsoft Word using colored chalk on a blackboard for his students at the Betenase M/A Junior High School in Kumasi, Ghana. Source: Frimpong Innocent

He was the computer teacher without a computer.

Then his story went viral — and his life (and classroom) changed.

On March 1, about Owura Kwadwo Hottish, 33, who painstakingly drew a computer screen on a chalkboard to teach his computerless middle school students in Kumasi, Ghana,

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