Monday, November 20, 2006

Teachers lack in computer literacy

By Chanel September
20 November 2006

More than half of the teachers in some Cape Town schools are not computer literate.

Four township schools report that less than half of their staff were comfortable working with computers. Despite the Western Cape education department having trained over15 000 educators in basic computer literacy and technology.

The lack of computer literacy at some schools also prevents them from benefiting from funding and other programmes.

According to the Weekend Argus, the provincial education department claims that great progress has been made in schools receiving computers and the training of teachers through the Khaya project.


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