Ministry of Education calls for proposals to empower students and teachers in Dominican Republic
The Ministry of Education of the Dominican Republic launched “One student, one computer; one teacher, one computer” initiative to provide primary and secondary students, as well as professors with access to digital devices and ICT training. During its first phase, the program will be implemented in 150 educational centers thus generating benefits for more than 63 thousand students and 3 thousand teachers.
Currently, the national government is calling for organizations to present their proposals to implement the project. Interested groups should visit www.minerd.gob.go and www.comprasdominicanas.gov.do to participate in the process. All proposals must consider the four main pillars of the Digital Republic Plan 2016-2020: education, access, productivity and employment, and Transparent Digital Government.
Source: Entorno Inteligente