— The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry hopes that the Smart Classroom project can be expanded nationwide, to benefit more students from the B40 group.
Its Minister Datuk Seri Rina Harun said through Smart Classroom programme, a classroom would be equipped with electronic equipment including a Central Processing Unit (CPU), projector and interactive whiteboard for the purpose of strengthening the learning and teaching proccess.
“I will bring the matter to the Ministry of Education’s attention so that this programme can be expanded and students can benefit from the use of the latest technology in classroom,” she told reporters after officiating the Smart Classroom programme for primary schools in the Titiwangsa parliamentary constituency, here today.
Rina said 19 schools under the Titiwangsa parliamentary constituency, which 50 per cent of their students were from B40 families, had been equipped with the Smart Classroom equipment worth RM2.85 million since last year.
Source: BERNAMA News Agency