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Which countries have the most students per computer?

Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States boast less than two students for every computer at school
Click to enlarge: Countries such as Turkey and Tunisia have 45 and 53 students for every school computer, respectively
Click to enlarge: Countries such as Turkey and Tunisia have 45 and 53 students for every school computer, respectively. (Graphic: Forbes/Statista)

Regular access to a computer varies for students around the world.

Some countries, such as Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, boast less than two students for every computer at school.

Others, such as Turkey and Tunisia, have 45 and 53 students for every school computer, respectively.

Overall, districts globally have invested immensely in technological resources over the past few years, according to a recent report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. And more than 70 percent of students in OECD countries now use computers at school.