Geneva, 5 December 2013 – ITU has selected Sri Lanka as one of five countries for the ‘Connect a School, Connect a Community’ project. Following the completion of a ‘Connect a school, Connect a Community’ project in Akuressa, the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL) initiated this project with ITU to extend the scope to cover 33 schools on the entire…Continue
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Such was the level of interest that Amaf Primary and Elim Academy in Kawangware, a low-income settlement in Nairobi, now both have waiting lists,…Continue
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The entire project is estimated to cost some Sh50 billion to target over 1.3 million pupils in public primary schools. Government documents indicate that some 425,000 pupils will be the first beneficiaries of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) program to start in January next year.
The costs should include training of teachers and for electricity connection to various primary schools.
Kaimenyi however insisted that the Jubilee Government would work hard to ensure…Continue
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Over the last hundred years the design of schools, the curriculum, teacher roles, student roles and organisational structures have all evolved together and just like an ecosystem, are now entwined in complex interrelationships. Research is continuing to demonstrate that changes are needed to improve the system but there is a nervousness and…Continue
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If you've ever been in Loreto, Peru and sailed in the Amazonas, you were surely impressed with the immensity of the jungle, so warm and endless. A jungle that leaves towns hidden behind the vegetation.
One of these towns is called New Arica, where the #62377 Elementary Education Institution is located, with its 44 students and only one multilevel…Continue
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“Now the government is talking, and finally doing something about promoting ICT education,” schoolteacher Paul Aka told Biztechafrica.
”We have some of the lowest computer literacy levels in the region, and even in the…Continue
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This is according to the Minister for Communications, Dr Edward Omane Boamah, says so far, 38 colleges of education, 37 national vocational training institutes, 26 technical institutes, 10 youth leadership…Continue
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Minister of Education, Rev. the Hon. Ronald Thwaites, has hailed the University
of the West Indies’ (UWI) electronic book (e-book) initiative, noting that it
will save students significant sums in textbook costs.
Under the project, being piloted in the medical faculty, students will be able
to digitally access all their texts and journals at a fraction of the cost of
Speaking at the official launch on Tuesday, February 19, at the…
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Geneva, 25 February 2013 - Broadband networks have the potential to radically alter the education landscape, creating prestigious new centres of learning in the developing world, extending access to distance learning programmes to outlying communities, and helping poorer countries retain high-performing students who can help lift their nations out of poverty by serving as local entrepreneurs, researchers and policy-makers, according to a new report just released by the Broadband Commission…Continue
She calls it Estella’s Brilliant Bus, and she uses it to bring computer-based learning to some of the most forgotten schoolchildren in America.
Estella Mims Pyform grew up in these backwaters, a daughter of the segregated South who started working…Continue
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"Many investors see East Africa’s strong growth potential as a driver of better investment performance than in South Africa: This is a huge shift in private equity attitudes toward Africa, which have been historically focused on South Africa. East African investment potential is seen as roughly on par with West Africa, where similar growth dynamics are at play.”…Continue
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The mixed experiences of last 5 Years of engagement of rural education development through Nenasala telecentres has thought me that success of ICT4D depends on dedicated and committed people rather than resources or market opportunities. The development of education brings impact directly in the lives of people as evident from Lahugala Nenasala Telecentre located in South east part of Sri Lanka which helped changing the shape of education in their village through Shilpa Sayura. …Continue
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Ninety-two (92%) of the rural population will be connected through the government's plan called "Connected Chile", which illuminates 338 points of the region, so "it is essential to provide tools for producers to use this technology for their businesses," Alvaro Cruzat, Secretary of Agriculture said at the launch of…Continue
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Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and President of Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University, the Annual Congress 2011opening by H.E sheikh Nahayan Mubarak Al Nhayan minister of higher education and scientific research, UAE at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai,…Continue
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Today, 72 million children in the world are denied the chance to go to school. These children could be our next generation’s leaders, sports stars, doctors and teachers. But they face a lifelong struggle against poverty.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Since 2000, 40 million more children are in school. Education beats poverty – and gives people the tools to help themselves.
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