Technology company invests in e-learning in Africa

07/25/2011 | East African, The

Intel continues to invest in e-learning initiatives in Kenya and East Africa, which the technology company's country manager Omar Bajaber described in this interview as an effort to promote the teaching of 21st-century skills. So far, schools in Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt and South Africa are using a website developed by Intel to help teach interactive maths and science lessons. The company also has helped train teachers in new instructional methods and technology.

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