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Laptop For Teachers Programme Being Developed

Feature | December 1, 2021
E- Learning Jamaica Limited (e-Ljam) in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Youth and information, is building out an initiative to get more devices in the hands of teachers. The initiative is appropriately titled the ‘Laptop for Teachers Programme.
Presenter: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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