Laptops lie idle in schools on lack of skilled tutors

Lower primary public school teachers are not using technology in classrooms due to computer illiteracy, drawing attention to more than Sh30 billion spent on the purchase of the laptops for pupils.

A report by Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, which has been piloting of a new curriculum in Class One and Two, revealed that only a few public schools were using information communication technology (ICT) to boost teaching and learning despite receiving equipment under the Digital Literacy Programme.

Source: Business Daily

 


 

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