After laptops, here comes tablets. The Head of State has offered 312 digital tablets to the Lycee General Leclerc in Yaounde. It was learned during the resuming of the 2016/2017 academic year. The Minister of Secondary Education (MINESEC) went there on Monday to mark the first day of school for the new school year.
“Our school provides appropriate solutions to various social stresses. It will also be to focus its training on the needs to be met and the move towards a wise choice to equip learners of assets likely to facilitate their integration into the socio-economic fabric, “said Jean Ernest Ngalle Bibehe.
La Nouvelle Expression (LNE), published on September 6, 2016, indicates that these tablets are part of
“his project on modernizing teachings in schools. A project initiated in 2001 with the introduction of digitization via the creation of Multimedia Resource Centres “.
This is all about
“working harder, each student should have a tablet, but that can not replace the books. In short, the 2016/2017 school year is on track since yesterday and those students who are in classes of examinations should be aware that the examination preparing starts on the first day of school, “said MINESEC .