" Within 18 months of Stage 2 commencement ,CMAD staff source, adopt, and disseminate e-curriculum and e-learning material for three secondary subjects, and within 36 months the remaining three subjects, to 42 secondary schools. Status: indicator achieved by the SchoolNet team, not by CMAD.
" Within 12 months of Stage 2 commencement, SOD and NUS staff adopt and deliver e-teacher training embedded in student-centered and interactive approaches; Status: although NUS was provided a complete set of equipment, resources and training, the indicator was not achieved due to issues between NUS and MOE. However, the USP DFL based teacher training is happening through the SchoolNet network and LCs.
" Within each subsequent 12 months, 800 teachers in schools provided with equipment are using ICT tools in interactive, project based, authentic teaching and learning processes. Status: indicator achieved, but there are not 800 science and math teachers in secondary level.
" Within 36 months 15,000 secondary school students demonstrate enhanced problem solving, research, and cognitive skills such as reasoning and critical analysis. Status: Student were using the e-resources but enhanced performance is problematic.
" Within 12 months of project effectiveness, staff development appraised and cost estimates analyzed. Status: indicator achieved.
" Within 24 months of Stage 2 commencement, 21 SRO are using e-teaching methods and materials and 33% of secondary teachers and principals are using e-teaching methods and managing the learning centers in each year (2009 2011), aligned with deployment of equipment and connectivity. Status: indicator achieved, but SROs are no longer in the MESC system.
" Within 48 months of the Project effectiveness all 42 secondary schools will have learning centers fully operational. Status: All 42 LC are operational.
" Within 6 months of Stage 2 commencement, all 5 pilots enhanced, based on lessons learned and the current technical design. Status: indicator achieved.
" Within 18 months of Stage 2 commencement, relevant MESC divisions and units set up and connect the SchoolNet, and division staff are using ICT applications. Status: this has been delayed. Only after the MESC data center was established MESC staff could access the e-resources so it is premature to state with definitiveness.
" Within 12 months of Stage 2 commencement, upgraded data center and portal are operating, and within 36 months 70% of MESC staff and teachers are using the ICT facilities. Status: Upgrade was done done but use is still very much by the SchoolNet team and schools. MESC staff have not used the facilities much.
" Within 18 months of Stage 2 commencement, policies are developed and operational, and additional IT Unit staff are appointed to manage and implement IT support.
Status: Draft policies were submitted but no feedback received from MESC Core . IT unit has a staff dedicated to manage the SchoolNet system
" The Community Access Porgram was dropped from the project prior to the mid-term report in 2010. Community awareness activities were conducted, and it was deemed that community were not interested in access to the internet for communication.
" Wide area networks have established good, reliable networks through which all secondary schools are now connected to the MESC. The MESC has established an IT and Media division which continues to champion usage of technology as a communication tool across schools, using videoconferencing and other technologies to connect with schools for communication purposes, professional development purposes as well as and monitoring and reporting purposes.