2 October 2015

Angola: Administrator Wants Schools With Classrooms Connected to Internet

Luanda — The administrator of Cazenga, Victor Nataniel Narciso, Friday, expressed the desire to see the project of computerized rooms in all the municipality's schools.

Speaking to the press after the inauguration of computer rooms connected to internet in seven Cazenga schools, said the project is an asset because it allows that the student community has access to the internet to research papers of curricular materials.

The administrator reported that 145 computers assembled in primary schools is a benefit to students and teachers, because they will take advantage of the system of new technologies to increase knowledge at no cost.

Victor Nataniel Narciso said the Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies stood ready to continue the project in Cazenga to benefit all schools, a total of eight missing, to encourage students to the world of knowledge.

In Cazenga there are 15 primary schools, seven of which already have rooms with computers connected to internet, distributed in the three communes, namely Tala- Hadi, Cazenga and Hoji ya Henda.

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