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More schools identified for One Child per Laptop program

By LUKE RAWALAI
Friday, June 13, 2014

Update: 4:00PM THE Ministry of Education will engage 30 to 35 schools as part of its One Child per Laptop program this year.

Permanent secretary Doctor Brij Lal says: "We are working closely with Telecom Fiji ensuring in the implementation of internet connections in schools."

"The schools that we have begun the program in are schools in areas between Tailevu to Rakiraki.

"In the North we have begun introducing the programs to schools in Nadogo, Bua, Nabala, Saqani Secondary School."

Dr Lal said seven more schools had been identified to be part of the program and that they would start once their computer laboratories have been set up.








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