Samoa: SchoolNet and Community Access Project
ADB provided grant financing for the SchoolNet and Community Access Project to enhance learning outcomes for secondary students and improve knowledge sharing through equitable ICT access. The project was designed to complement the Education Sector Project II that aimed to increase equity and the quality of learning for primary and secondary school students. The project intended to introduce the use of information and communication technology (ICT) as a tool to enhance student learning outcomes, manage the education system, and provide e-learning resources to government and mission secondary schools. It targeted schools in all 22 districts of Samoa to ensure ICT access for 1,500 secondary students, aimed to develop the capacity of 800 school teachers, and provide ICT access to 22 local communities.
This report validates the completion report's assessment of the project. IED overall assessment: Less than successful.