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Govt to provide Wesley Girls students with tablets by April – Education Minister

Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister of Education, has unveiled the government’s initiative to provide over 1.4 million tablets to Wesley Girls students as part of the free SHS policy.

The purpose behind this initiative is to enhance the quality of education in public Senior High Schools nationwide.

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Addressing the audience at the Wesley Girls SHS speech and prize-giving day, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum emphasized that the distribution of tablets will be executed within the upcoming two months.

He expressed his enthusiasm about the forthcoming implementation, stating that every student in the school will soon have access to a tablet computer.

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Furthermore, he highlighted the development of a learning management system and the training of teachers to facilitate online homework and class activities.

Dr. Adutwum also mentioned plans to introduce additional smart boards to create a comprehensive, technology-driven educational environment.

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“I am happy to tell you that within the next two months, every single student in this school will have a tablet computer. We are building a learning management system, so all teachers are going to be trained, and you will do your homework and class activities online. So, if you have support, it should be getting more smart boards so that it will be a 360-degree smart, technology-driven environment” the Education Minister added.

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