ICT Authority & Kodris Africa Collaborate to Implement Coding Curriculum in Kenya
The ICT Authority (ICTA) and on-line publishing agency Kodris Africa have inked a deal to implement a coding curriculum in choose faculties in Kenya.
This comes after the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Growth authorized the coding curriculum within the nation as a method to spice up digital literacy for learners.
To make this potential, the Kenyan authorities has distributed 1.2 million laptops to learners throughout the nation by means of the Digital Literacy Programme (DLP). The laptops are related to the Web to make the educational course of simpler for the learners. In keeping with Enterprise Each day, the federal government has additionally related electrical energy to greater than 22,000 faculties throughout Kenya by means of Kenya Energy.
“With the authorized digital content material supplied by Kodris Africa content material, there isn’t any doubt that Kenya is able to go to the following degree,” stated ICTA appearing CEO Kipronoh Ronoh.
The ICT Authority and the Ministry of Training are but to select the primary batch of colleges that may take part within the pilot section of the deployment of coding content material in Kenyan faculties.
“This novel coding content material is a precious addition to the world of schooling and contributes to enhancing the worldview of learners who take it up,” Kodris Africa CEO Mugumo Munene stated.
Coding is a pc language that tells a pc what to do in a listing of step-by-step directions in writing. It makes it potential to create laptop software program, video games, apps, and web sites. It’s slowly rising as one of many important studying areas because the world goes digital. In keeping with Enterprise Each day, Kenya is without doubt one of the first African international locations to approve coding as a part of the syllabus. Kodris will likely be providing the syllabus in one other 49 nations on the continent.
By Zintle Nkohla
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