Should No longer be an exception
Regardless of economic circumstances or social context.
WHO WE ARE
Despite the rapid expansion of information technology around the world, the majority of students living in rural and low-income communities, particularly in Africa, still lack computer literacy. Most of these students in rural African schools do not have any computers in school or at home. The negative implication is that students from these digitally underserved communities take a permanent back seat behind the big wheel of economic and social prosperity.
Information Technology literacy should no longer be an exception regardless of economic circumstances or social context.
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