Akufo-Addo Announces Smart Schools Project to Provide Tablets to 1.3 Million High School Students

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President Akufo-Addo has unveiled plans to distribute Smart Tablets to 1.3 million Senior High School (SHS) students throughout Ghana. This announcement was made during the launch of the Ghana Smart Schools Project in Accra on Monday, March 25th.

The Ghana Smart Schools Project is designed to provide essential technological skills to students benefiting from the free SHS policy, aligning with the government’s commitment to utilizing technology to improve education.

Additionally, President Akufo-Addo disclosed that approximately 100 Smart SHSs will be constructed nationwide within the next two years. This initiative aims to enrich the learning environment and broaden educational opportunities for students across the nation.

“To distribute 1.3 million educational tablets to students in SHSs. That is one student, and one tablet under the Ghana Smart Schools Project. The tablets are fitted with digital content to aid research, teaching and learning.

“At the tertiary level, Ghana is pleased to provide at a discounted price tablets and laptops to students and lecturers to facilitate academic [activities]…The government continues to seek innovative ways to do STEM and the FSHS policy.”

“The next phase of FSHS policy enhancement will be propelled by digitalisation. This will allow a seamless online and offline teaching and learning experience,” he stated.

Source: Joy online


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