The majority of elementary school teachers still don’t have their laptops after taking some of the afflicted teachers’ professional development funds.
One of the few well-known education bloggers, Ellis Ferdinand, looked into the problem of what was delaying the distribution processes and discovered some purported remedies that should be made available to the general public.
It will take longer to provide computers to instructors who have not yet received them, according to an unsupported argument. The issue is that the government has yet to give the vendors credit for 70% of the cost of the laptop.
As a result, before providing the beneficiary with a laptop, the supplier must wait for the government to fulfill its obligations under the contract. Now that KG teachers in outlying locations are expected to receive laptops, there are rigorous instructions for the agents collecting data on them.
SHS was the first to receive laptops, followed by JHS. Teachers at primary schools who had not yet received laptops should have been next, but they were prioritized ahead of them because there wasn’t enough inventory for them.
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