Microsoft and the ICT Authority of Kenya have signed an agreement to provide equipment for over two million primary school children and 300,000 teachers in public schools after a successful launch of digital Kenya Library across 60 counties.
Microsoft will support the government on ICT policy training to the teachers in integrating technology into education programme.
Proposed areas of training will include proficiency in Microsoft Technologies, Microsoft Teach with Technology courseware and accreditation as Microsoft Certified Educators. The company is expected to provide a cloud-based platform to facilitate its education delivery with an already digitalised primary syllabus system. Read more. Source | Business Daily