Over 1.2m Kenyan children have access to tablets used for digital learning across 23,951 public schools. The Ministry of ICT in partnership with JKUAT, and the Kenya Private School Association has distributed laptops and tablets to 11,000 private schools to benefit over 1.8m pupils.
Higher income gains
Research shows that these programmes lead to income gains of 1.3 to 3.5 per cent each year when the children are adults…
Digital learning increases pupil’s content retention and grades which are tied to a nearly one per cent increase in wages 20 years later …
Digital world preparedness
Digital learning prepares every pupil for today’s digital world, and to transform learning in Kenya into a 21st century education system….
Lower learning costs
The average Kenyan primary school revision textbook costs Sh170 to Sh1,100 per subject and delivers 25 to 60 per cent less knowledge retention than digital learning. ….