Bugandi Secondary School today becomes another recipient of the Telikom Clean Internet Access rollout for schools in the Lae District.
Lae MP Hon Loujaya Kouza was on hand to launch the concept and also donated 10 computer sets to enhance the program.
The Clean Internet rollout in Lae schools is an initiative funded by the Lae District Administration in partnership with the Telikom Foundation.
Bugandi Secondary School was established in Morobe during the colonial era. The school has been known for the wrong reasons: school fights and drugs.
That’s expected to change, as the Lae MP Loujaya Kouza wants to see Lae become an intelligent city and that will start through the rollout of the Clean Internet concept.
The school has over one thousand students and it’s a massive task for fifty-three teachers to cater for them all.
The Clean Internet concept will help deliver a more proactive and up to date approach towards improving the learning quality of the students.
The Telikom Foundation Chief Executive Officer, Mr Brian Sam, believes if the students had more time utilizing the concept, it would greatly help them in achieving better results.
The school also received ten new computer sets from Lae District, all hooked up to free internet access in the school.
The Clean Internet concept has been delivered to many schools throughout the country.
It allows students to do research online and gives them access to a vast amounts of stored knowledge previously unavailable.
Bugandi is now the fifth school in Lae District to have the program after the Lae School of Nursing received theirs just yesterday, along with Lae Secondary, Busu and Lae Salvation Army Primary School.
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