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Kenya: Non Teaching Staff Want Computer Training

According to an article published on allAfrica.com, non teaching staff in public institutions want the government to train them on basic computer skills to ensure they take proper care of computers in schools. The workers led by Albert Njeru say they should not be left behind when teachers are trained.

Original source: allAfrica.com

 

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Laptop Project Inspires Pupils to Develop ICT Applications

In Rwanda pupils who benefited from the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project are looking forward to develop applications.
Primary six and four pupils of Groupe Scolaire Gisozi demonstrated this resolve, on Thursday, as the national co-coordinator of OLPC project, Nkubito Bakuramutsa, toured the school to assess the project implementation. The Gasobo-based institution received about 964 XO laptops, among them 14 were for teachers and 950 for pupils, and is one of the schools where OLPC project has been implemented."Everything has its own time; concentration on other lessons comes first. My free time is dedicated to learning computer skills," said Shaddrack Niyonkuru, a Primary Six pupil.

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