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Survey of ICT and Education in Africa : Botswana Country Report

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCESS TO PRIMARY EDUCATION ACCESS TO THE INTERNET ADDITION ADULTS BANDWIDTH BASIC SERVICES BASIC SKILLS BROADBAND BROADCAST BUSINESS SERVICES CACHE CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING CD-ROMS CERTIFICATES CLASSROOM CLASSROOM SETTINGS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES COMMUNICATION SERVICES COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER LITERACY COMPUTER NETWORK COMPUTER SCIENCE COMPUTER SKILLS COMPUTER TRAINING COMPUTERS COMPUTERS FOR SCHOOLS CONNECTIVITY CONTINUING EDUCATION CURRICULUM CURRICULUM AIMS CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT DATA NETWORK DEVELOPMENT OF WEB DIGITAL CONTENT DIGITAL DIVIDE DISTANCE LEARNING DRAWING E-LEARNING E-MAIL ECONOMIC ACTIVITY EDUCATION DATA EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EDUCATION MANAGEMENT EDUCATION MANAGERS EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION TELEVISION EDUCATIONAL CURRICULA EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION EDUCATORS ELEARNING ELECTRICITY ENABLING ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT EXPORT EARNINGS FIBRE OPTICS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FORMAL EDUCATION FORMAL EDUCATION SYSTEM FORMAL SCHOOLS GENDER EQUALITY GENDER EQUITY GENDER ISSUES GENDER PARITY GENDER PARITY INDEX GENERAL EDUCATION GER GOVERNMENT POLICY GROSS ENROLMENT GROSS ENROLMENT RATIO HARDWARE HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMANITIES ICT ILLITERACY ILLITERACY RATE INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION INSTITUTION INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS JUNIOR SECONDARY JUNIOR SECONDARY EDUCATION JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS LANGUAGES LEADERSHIP LEARNER SUPPORT LEARNERS LEARNING LEARNING RESOURCES LIBRARIES LIFE SKILLS LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION LOCAL AREA NETWORK MARKET OPPORTUNITIES MATHEMATICS MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL CURRICULUM NEW TECHNOLOGIES NON-FORMAL EDUCATION NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS NUMBERS OF LEARNERS ONLINE SERVICES OPEN LEARNING OPEN SCHOOL OPEN SCHOOLS PC PCS PEER-TO-PEER PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PILOT PROJECT POLICY FRAMEWORK PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY LEVEL PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PRIVATE SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUPILS QUALITY OF LITERACY QUERIES RADIO RADIO STATIONS RESULT RURAL ACCESS RURAL LOCATIONS SATELLITE SCHOOL NETWORK SCHOOLING SEARCH SEARCH ENGINE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS SERVER SITES SPEAKING TARGETS TEACHER TEACHERS TEACHING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK TERTIARY EDUCATION TRAINING PROGRAMME UNIVERSAL ACCESS UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO PRIMARY UNIVERSAL SERVICE USE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION USER USERS VIDEO VIDEOS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VSAT WEB WEB SITE YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Botswana
2012-08-13T12:49:54Z | 2012-08-13T12:49:54Z | 2007-04

This short country report, a result of larger Information for Development Program (infoDev) - supported survey of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education in Africa, provides a general overview of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in the country. Botswana is a small, dynamic country with visionary leadership particularly in the sector of ICTs in education. Not only does it boast a liberal telecoms policy, its education and national ICT policies are linked to a broader economic vision for the country. Moreover, in practice, Botswana arguably boasts among the highest computer penetration in education institutions in Africa. As well, all junior and senior secondary schools and government tertiary institutions have computer labs. The government has committed financial resources to improve connectivity and to promote the educational use of ICTs.

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