The Kenyan Government has put together a team of officials to ensure the school laptop project is implemented in the next 18 months.
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“Each of the members of the secretariat will be relieved from their current attachment for 18 months,” he said while addressing journalists at his office in Nairobi.
Dr Matiang’i said a technical committee will also be formed and chaired by the ICT Authority, in which technical heads from the implementing agencies will sit.
“In the team will be key stakeholders such as the Teachers Service Commission, Kenya National Union of Teachers and Kenya Primary Schools Heads Association,” he said.
KNUT chairman Mudzo Nzili, who was present at the briefing, said the Union supports the project adding that it will be helpful to the children.
This comes after Education CS Jacob Kaimenyi said plans to give free laptops to Standard One pupils are still on.
Kaimenyi said the ministry was consulting stakeholders and countries that have successfully implemented the project to see how best to roll out.