An agreement will be signed Friday by the Education Ministry and Classera enterprise, E-Learning providers, to launch a digital education platform in Tunisia
This platform will be operational in 500 primary, middle and secondary schools before being rolled out across the country, Minister Mohamed Ali Boughdiri said, for nearly 2.5 million pupils and 500 education staff.
The platform will be used in classrooms and in distance learning, in such unexpected situations as COVID-19.
The ministry is endeavouring to make tablets available for pupils and education staff and secure internet connection for schools in remote areas.
Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse