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Information Communication Technology Usage Patterns in Second Cycle Schools: A Study of Two Selected Senior High Schools in Ghana

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- Challenges
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Joseph Edmund Fleischer

The study ascertains the comparative usage of ICT in an urban and rural school. Based on a sample of 240 respondents drawn from two schools the study found that both teachers and students in the schools do not know much about ICT although ICT devices are a common resource in the country; ICT facilities were not equitably distributed in the two schools as the number of these facilities in the rural school compared to those in the urban school were inadequate for both students and teachers; and also there was a gender disparity among students in the use of ICT. 


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West Africa,

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