Schools consider allowing mobile phone access for students


Secondary School Principals Association Chairperson Indimuli Kahi announced at an event organized by Kewota that students should have access to mobile phones while in school, guarded by teachers.

He argued that if gadgets with guarded sites were introduced in schools, students could access only educational sites and approved content, allowing learning to continue even if schools had to be closed.

Kewota also announced a plan to empower female teachers to access digital products, launch a medical plan and unveil a soft loans initiative for all registered members.

As technology continues to advance, schools will need to find ways to integrate it into the learning process.

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